iPad and Android tablets have shown to be good tools for learning a language


They allow you to access numerous resources via various applications connected to the Internet.

While reading a book in English and listening to the BBC or CNN, take a break on MosaLingua… or make a Skype call to an English-speaking friend!

All of that can easily be done from one single device!

We’ve selected the 5 best ways to learn languages using a tablet.

Why a Tablet Can be Your Best Friend When Learning a Language



Why a Tablet Can be Your Best Friend When Learning a Language (Video)


  1. Read in Another Language 

iPad and Android tablets are ideal for reading your favorite books in the languages that you’re learning!’’

You can read your book… and access a really helpful online multilingual dictionary without putting down your device!

You can also use the monolingual dictionary to look up words

And instead of a direct translation, you’ll find an explanation in the same language, which is even better for your language skills!

You can also use MosaDiscovery to save words and phrases while reading or surfing the web!

Check it out here to get more details.

  1. Listen to Podcasts or Audiobooks

There are tons of podcasts available…

You just have to choose one that sounds interesting and download it right to your device!

Check the link below to find lists of the best podcasts for learning English, Spanish, French, Italian. etc.

  1. Take Classes via Skype

iPad and Android tablets are ideal tools for taking video classes because you can take them with you anywhere you go.

We’ve already compiled a list of the best sites where you can set up a language exchange…

Check it out here!

  1. Use MosaLingua

You can download MosaLingua English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, Italian, German… to your Android tablet or iPad.

  1. Keep Information Stored with Evernote

Evernote is a program that can be installed on all of your devices…

And you can use it to collect things like documents, photos, screenshots.

It’s simply one big, well-organized, digital notepad.

And it’s great for learning languages!

For example? Copy and paste expressions that seem important to you, make your own grammar book, or keep a language journal…

So if you have a tablet, take advantage of all the benefits it has to offer and put these tips and tricks into practice right away!