I’ve previously posted about Lingua.ly, a very useful Chrome extension for people learning another language, including English (see Lingua.ly Is A Useful Tool For Second-Language Learners).
In fact, it’s on The Best Websites For English Language Learner Students In 2013 list.
They just launched their first mobile app (it’s Android-only now, but they should have a version for the iPhone, too) that appears to be an engaging flashcard-learning tool and one that automatically identifies appropriate-level Web articles to read. You can learn more about it at TechCrunch.
I’ll have students try it out today in class and, for now, I’m adding it to The Best Mobile Apps For English Language Learners.