Who says you need to to leave your phone behind to speak Spanish, Greek or Mandarin?
Learning a new language has never been easier — or more fun.
The Rosetta Stone app lets you immerse yourself wherever you are and on any schedule. Starting at $5.19/month in the iOS and Android app stores, rosettastone.com/mobile-apps
Fluenz simulates one-on-one tutoring sessions. Starting at $308/full suite, fluenz.com
View videos and authentic television shows with Yabla. Starting at $12.95/month, yabla.com
Pimsleur integrates lessons, speaking challenges, digital flash cards and games for more than 50 languages. Starting at $19.95/month for premium access, pimsleur.com
Perfect your accent, retention and listening skills with Rocket Languages. Starting at $99.95 for lifetime online access, rocket languages.com
Choose from more than 100 languages and sync your Transparent Language app with your tablet or other digital devices. Starting at $24.95/month, transparent.com
Study real-life topics at your own pace with Babbel. Starting at $44.70/6 months, amazon.com
Earn points, race against the clock and level up with Duolingo, which teaches 11 language courses. Free, duolingo.com
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Learn a new language: These apps, software make it a breeze