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Ghacks Deals: Babbel Language Learning: Lifetime Subscription (All Languages) (60% off)

Note: the deal is for US customers only.

Babbel is a popular language learning service; you can now get a lifetime subscription to the service to learn the following 14 languages: Spanish (Spain), German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Swedish, Turkish, Dutch, Polish, Indonesian, Norwegian, Danish, Russian, Spanish (Latin America).

Babbel is available for Windows and Mac devices as well as Android and iOS.  Lessons range from 10 to 15 minutes each to fit conveniently into any schedule. The app is designed to help learners of all skills from absolute beginners to advanced learners.

  • Cover a wide range of useful real-life topics, from travel to family, business, food & more
  • Use speech recognition technology to keep your pronunciation on point
  • Get personalized review sessions to reinforce what you learn so it really sticks
  • Study whenever & wherever you want and your progress will be synchronized across your devices
  • Use offline mode to access courses, lessons & review items when not on Wi-Fi—just download them beforehand

A lifetime subscription is available for $159 currently.

Click here to open the Babbel Language Learning: Lifetime Subscription deal on Ghacks Deals


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  1. d0x360 said on May 17, 2020 at 9:35 pm

    Dave, Microsoft unlike Google isn’t an advertising company. They don’t want your data like Google does. The data they do want they ask for and anonymously at that. They don’t even log an IP or any keys. They use that data to try and make their software better.. they don’t use it to serve you ads and sell to other companies like Google or Facebook do.

    They have no need or reason to. Absolutely mind boggling how some people think. Of course if you actually looked through their data collection methods, policies etc directly instead of reading some FUD creating article you might be a bit more sane.

    Microsoft wants a browser because they want people to buy and use their services and those services can be tied together far more easily when 1 company is writing the software. So the easier they can make it the more products they sell…

    Again unlike Google they aren’t an advertising company. To Google YOU are the product. To Microsoft you are the USER.

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