Duolingo is a free service that allows you to learn new languages using apps available on both iOS and Android. Looking at the official Duolingo Facebook page, the company has teased what appears to be a Windows Phone version of the app, which will be made available on November 19. Releasing an image showing nothing but a window, one can only assume that this is a hint at Microsoft's platform.
It makes sense for Duolingo to launch an app on Windows Phone, especially when market share in certain markets is taken into account. Those who use the Duolingo apps are able to learn Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Irish, Danish, and English. The best part is it's free with no advertising and there are even some fun elements to make it less of a chore.
If you've been eagerly awaiting the arrival of Duolingo on Windows Phone, remain tuned to our feed for the announcement later this month.
Source: Facebook (Duolingo)
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