Does Duolingo work on an Ipad?

August 15, 2012


When are we going to see a dedicated iPad app for duolingo? I would love to see it!

I couldn't agree more!

I've got an iPad mini now. It works ok through the Chrome application. Haven't really tried it on safari.

Yes it does, but it's not an app it's on your internet (safari) It bounces around the page though and It doesn't work very well

Why not installing the iPhone version? I have not tried it, but it should work. Nevertheless, an iPad native version would be great!

I tried installing the iPhone version but it seemed to randomly crash.

Their iPhone app worked great and the today it crashes on loading. Before I can use any feature or button.

The iPhone app worked fine on my iPad then suddenly today no spoken audio. What gives?

I am a newcomer to Duolingo, and I really like it. However, it would be great to have an ipad version that is synched to Chrome for a regular Mac. I'll try it on Chrome for iPad, but a native version with our worked stored in the cloud would be terrific! Thanks for all your work.

Every day duolingo crashes randomly every once in a while on my ipad. Usually I don't mind and just start my lesson over, but this time I paid 25 lingots for a certificate test and worked on it 15 minutes and then lost it all in a crash. :(
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Perhaps I've just failed to see how it's called up, but the ipad "keyboard" does not offer any of the non-English special characters (the ß in German or è in Italian, for example), but whenever they are not used in translating from English the program quickly reminds me that I should employ those characters. Why?

You can get extra characters from the iPad keyboard if you hold the key down. If you want ß just hold down the s key (doesnt work for 1st letter of a word btw, probably because no words begin with ß). For è hold down e.

I cannot seem to be able to view the Tips and Notes section that accompanies each module when using the ipad version (I can only see them if I log in from my laptop). Any trick to this? Thanks

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