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Occasionally I see some interesting travel related products being crowd funded that I think you guys might be interested in.  We’ve talked about the Tropic travel shoe, the Cleansebot bacteria killing robot, and the Hypercube charger, among others. Here’s a few of the travel related crowd funded projects that I’ve seen.

Travel related Kickstarters:

Today I wanted to talk a bit about a new language learning app called Magiclingua, which bills itself as the first language learning app built for your tongue, not your thumb

All Kickstarter / Indiegogo links in this post may pay me a commission if you boost the project through my link.

Magiclingua language learning app features

The Magiclingua language learning app bills itself the first language learning app built for your tongue, not your thumb. I have used Duolingo and other language learning apps before and have not found one that I am in love with. I speak Spanish (in addition to English) and I can definitely tell there was a big difference in how I felt traveling in Peru or Spain (where I could speak the language) vs. Portugal (where I could not)

(SEE ALSO: Trying to explain miles and points in Spanish (it… didn’t go well))

Here are a few screenshots / pictures of the Magiclingua language learning app

a collage of hands holding a phone a person holding a tablet with a woman on it

Magiclingua language learning app video

Here’s a video showing off some of the different options and features of the Magiclingua language learning app

Magiclingua language learning app backing levels and cost

The Magiclingua language learning app has transitioned over to Indiegogo and has currently raised over USD$72,000. Here are a few of the levels that you can back the project at

  • €44 – Starter app
  • €62 – Starter + Tutors
  • €142 – Pro version
  • €258 – Superstar

Again, here is the link to back the Magiclingua language learning app – it is currently scheduled to ship / be available in October 2019.

What do you think of this language learning app?  Planning on backing this?  Leave your experience in the comments!

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