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New fruit is growing at Mango.

The new Mango Languages.

Like your favorite pop star, we’re reinventing ourselves again.


The new Mango Languages.

Over the next few months, we’ll be testing an updated interface for the desktop version of Mango. This facelift not only makes the software easier to use for learners with disabilities, but it also includes back-end upgrades that make onboarding a breeze. After a quick signup, users can easily continue learning through their libraries.


The same language learning you know and love.

While we’re excited about the coming developments, one thing we’re not changing is our award-winning, linguist-created, and PhD-approved methodology. These updates won’t affect our courses, so you’ll be able to pick up right where you left off before the interface change.

We’d like to note that these updates are still in an early form. You might see an occasional bug, so we’re asking for your help to squash them. If you experience any funny business, please use the built-in feedback tool to let us know.

We think you’ll love the new Mango Languages. If you’re not seeing our makeover yet, don’t worry – we’ll be rolling out the update in stages. In the meantime, why not get to know Mango as it exists now? We promise you’ll love it.


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Michael Buckenmeyer
Written by Michael Buckenmeyer

Michael is Mango Languages' Social Marketing Specialist. Between writing, designing, and video editing for Mango Languages' social channels, you'll find him practicing his listening skills with Arabic hip hop.

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