How do I log into mango?

How do I log into mango?

If you are using a browser on a laptop or a desktop, log in to Mango HERE. If you have already created a Mango profile and linked it to your library, there is no need to visit your library or your library’s website to log in to Mango Languages. You can log in at or HERE.

How can I get Mango language for free?

To get free access go to, and sign up to start learning today. Mango Languages is the award-winning language-education resource in library systems, K-12 and Higher-Ed schools and institutions, employers, and government agencies worldwide.

Is Mango a good language program?

Mango Languages is a pretty good resource with numerous languages available along with their regional variations. It’ll work the best for beginners or for those interested in studying a few languages at the same time. Anybody past the intermediate level won’t find Mango Languages very useful.

Is duolingo or mango better?

Duolingo offers fun, gamified lessons that don’t really provide the level of depth for effective language learning, but it’s free. Mango Languages includes much better grammar explanations, cultural notes, and quality recordings, but still isn’t thorough enough for intermediate learning.

Which is better mango or Rosetta Stone?

Reviewers felt that Mango Languages meets the needs of their business better than Rosetta Stone. When comparing quality of ongoing product support, reviewers felt that Mango Languages is the preferred option. For feature updates and roadmaps, our reviewers preferred the direction of Mango Languages over Rosetta Stone.

Is the Mango app free?

You can find Mango for free through thousands of public libraries, schools, and other organizations.

What is mango language app?

Mango Languages is an online language-learning app with a deal that seems too good to be true. For about $18 per month, you can have access to everything in Mango’s catalog, which includes more than 60 language programs. It’s also available for free through many public libraries.

Can you become fluent from mango?

Sure, finishing a Mango course makes you knowledgeable about the language—not native speaker-fluent, but you’ll be able to navigate a foreign country adeptly—but just don’t expect the course to take you to complete fluency.

Can mango make you fluent?

Is Mango better than Babbel?

Mango Languages has a lot of the features Babbel users love. Plus, with over 70 language options, you’ll have way more languages to choose from than Babbel offers. So if Babbel doesn’t offer the language you want to learn, Mango may be the course to check out.

How does mango language work?

Mango presents a word in both English and the language you’re learning. Then you see and hear the word in English a second time and Mango asks you to recall the foreign translation. You repeat this process with new words so that eventually you have enough words for a sentence.

Where can I log in to Mango Languages?

You can log in at or HERE. In order to log in on a mobile device (smartphone or tablet), first download the free Mango Languages App. You can simply search “Mango Languages” in the App Store (iOS) or the Google Play Store (Android). If you are having trouble finding them, click HERE.

How to log in to Mango admin portal?

Administrators who have an admin profile for a library, school, or other institution with a Mango Languages subscription can log in to the Mango Admin Portal (MAP) using the appropriate link below:

Where can I meet people who use mango?

Find out where you can meet Mango, including upcoming trade shows, exhibitions, and other events. From K-12 students and library patrons to undergrads and business professionals, discover how Mango is making a difference in the lives of everyday language learners, their teachers, and their communities.

Why is the Mango app important to libraries?

Our consultative approach provides the flexibility necessary to successfully implement and promote your new resource to the community. We know how important accessibility is to your library, so we’ve created the Mango app to be an equal opportunity learning environment for all.