LineLearner is a lifestyle app developed
The APK has been available since November 2013.
In the last 30 days, the app was downloaded
about 310 times.
It's top ranked.
It's rated 2.96 out of 5 stars, based on 250 ratings.
The last update of the app was on September 18, 2023.
LineLearner has a content rating
LineLearner has an APK download size of 11.89 MB and the latest version
Designed for Android version 6.0+.
LineLearner costs $3.99 to download.
LineLearner helps you to learn lines as quickly and easily as you learn a catchy song.
This app is simple and functional in both layout and purpose. Recording a new script is fast and easy. Playback can be easily modified to meet your needs. Note: this app is great for auditory learners and for learning cues. The focus is on recordings, not written text. This is what I was looking for, and it worked great for me. If you need something else, this may not be the app for you. Second note: I haven't experienced any of the problems mentioned in other reviews. -Android user.
This is one of the greatest tools I have for learning lines. I spend a lot of time driving and once set this app runs itself hands free. I love a recently added feature for speed reading of lines. Awesome.
This is a wonderful app - has the skeleton an actor needs to flesh out the character and learn lines incredibly fast! The only thing I might add is a section for wardrobe notes for various scenes. Great app - thanks!
The worst app ever. It is not user-friendly. If you have like a month to leisurely go through all the videos. It probably won't be as bad. But this is impossible to use without heavy learning required. Just save yourself the time, headache and money and figure out another way. I could import my script, but it doesn't help at all. This thing is just such a mess
Volume? I can barely hear the playback. And can't see where there is anything in settings to adjust volume.
Don't be fooled if you see the Apple app and want the same for Android. The Android app has clearly not seen the same development, it is buggy and does not have the same features or interface. There is no speed shift function, the record buttons for each part are very small and harder to use than on Apple (this is a key function) and the lines drop out particularly when you use the pitch shift function. I agree it seems the developers have abandoned the Android version in favor of Apple.
LineLearner is requesting 11 permissions and is using 32 libraries.
How can I download the LineLearner app?
Use the button above and you'll be led directly to the Google Play store where you can install the app.
How popular is LineLearner?
LineLearner has been downloaded a total of 20 thousand times. Over the past 30 days, it averaged 10 downloads per day.
Is the LineLearner app safe for my device?
Yes, LineLearner follows the Google Play content guidelines which makes sure that it is safe to use on your Android device.
If you want to look at which permissions LineLearner requires, you can check them out above.