ALL of your language learning resources in a single location
Even if you are just dabbling in learning a new language on your own, from Podcasts to grammar and vocabulary lists, access all of your downloads, textbook audio files, vocabulary lists, homework, etc. in a single location.
Easy to Use Interface
Adding resources to Language Leap is as simple as dragging and dropping. Organize your study with intuitive right click menu options and quickly build Libraries of your most often used audio, image and support files.
Create Segments from audio sources
Language Leap's powerful Segment Creator allows you to create segments from your audio files.
No more rewinding and fast forwarding - create segments of only the portions of audio you wish to study. In addition, set repeat counts, adjust the playback speed and focus on listening comprehension.
Use Windows Text To Speech Voices to Create 'Audio Flash Cards'
With Text to Speech, any installed language voice can be used to 'speak' vocabulary, sentence patterns, and even create your own audio files directly from the spoken words and sentences.
(Microsoft Windows supports hundreds of TTS voices and is constantly improving the quality...)
Spaced Repetition Reviews
Spaced Repetition Systems (SRS) are a proven effective method for language study. Not only can you use SRS for simple vocabulary review, but also audio segment review. The SRS tracks your progress and reinforces memory recall based on your own material review.
Quickly Import Data from Other Sources
Use Language Leap to import ANKI Flashcard decks, other Language Leap Libraries and even customize ANY text file to import smoothly into your libraries.
Share your Libraries
Language Instructors can create fully exportable lessons with both audio and text for their students. And once a lesson is created, it is available for re-use over and over.
Students can also share their libraries with other students, .
Create your own templates for your libraries to include just the sources you wish to study. A Language Leap Library can be as simple as a few audio files from an audio CD, to a full fledged 'Textbook' covering an entire semester of study.