Our analysis last year of language-learning patterns around the world yielded some interesting findings. For example, did you know that Swedish is the top language studied on Duolingo in… Sweden? (While initially puzzling, it turns out that the strong influx of immigration to Sweden in recent years is the likely …
by Michaela Kron on Thu 12 October 2017
by Adam Hesterberg on Fri 29 September 2017
And Now for Something Completely Different
As a Mathematics PhD candidate at MIT, many might guess that I spent my summer doing academic research on computational geometry (or something of the sort).
Instead, I jumped at the opportunity to do something completely different with my summer: I accepted an internship …
by Conor Walsh on Wed 30 August 2017
Like many startups, Duolingo pays incredibly close attention to user metrics. We recently decided to look at resurrected users and made some startling discoveries.
by Arianna Benson on Wed 16 August 2017
With Tinycards, Duolingo set out to transform flashcards from a notoriously boring study tool into a fun and game-like one. With the following advice, you’ll know everything you need to make sure your next Tinycards deck is the most popular deck around.
by @EdwinBodge on Mon 07 August 2017
With the summer travel season in full swing, we thought it’d be a great time to understand how Duolingo is used for international travel. According to a survey we conducted earlier this year 15-30% of language learners pick up languages to prepare for international travel. With 200 million learners on Duolingo, that’s a lot of traveling!
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