Hindi Bubble Bath

Play . . . and learn.

Perhaps the most fun way to learn Hindi.

We love learning languages.  We love playing games.  Enough said.

Learn Hindi easily with this fun and engaging game from Overpass Apps. Whether you are traveling to Mumbai, New Delhi, or Sri Bangalore — or if you just want to properly watch some Bollywood films . . . you should learn some Hindi.

With India’s increasing influence and importance in the world economy, Hindi is developing to be an extremely popular language for people to learn. Younger generations whose parents and grandparents have emigrated across the globe are seeking to re-capture the language of their forefathers.

With Hindi Bubble Bath, we help you learn by giving you easy ways to learn the language. You start off easy with a 50/50 chance of getting the words right (you are guessing, really) and gradually progress you through the levels so you must learn the vocabulary properly.

The goal of the game is simple . . . select the bubble and hear the word or read the work in the bubble. Then select the right translation to pop the bubble.

Just when you think you’ve learned all the words in the category, the levels get harder. Some levels force you to listen to the native speaker say the word (there is no writing) and other levels force you to read (there is no audio).

After you are finished with each of the 12 categories, you will have a good grasp on the words in those categories.

Are you ready to begin?

Hindi Bubble Bath features the following language categories:
✓ Numbers
✓ Animals
✓ Body Parts
✓ Colors
✓ Sizes
✓ Verbs
✓ Travel
✓ Time
✓ Person Nouns
✓ Adjectives
✓ Food
✓ Useful Phrases

Hindi Bubble Bath features original art work by Gesonrey Romero of Overpass Apps. It also feature spoken Hindi performed by Sumeet Kapila. The app is produced by Eric Wroolie of Overpass Apps.


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Here are some places you can use this language:
India, Nepal, Mumbai

Hindi is also known as Khadi Boli and Khari Boli.

Any ideas on how to better learn Hindi? Let us know by leaving a comment here or contacting us directly.

Just some of our reviews

Hey, I stumbled on this app and noticed that the hindi spelling on the logo written in hindi is wrong, please google it and change it. It’s a request from an Indian.

on Google Play (27th August 2018)

Fun to practice with, I would like more options though

on Google Play (29th May 2018)

Nice to practice

Priyanka Muni on Google Play (8th August 2017)


Llois Llane on Google Play (10th March 2017)

Nice learning here! The audio Music is great too. Keep up the good work! ☺

J Shoar on Google Play (25th July 2016)

This app is good for learning basic words, but I wish is was a little more challenging by adding in new words to the old words every couple of levels. My only other complaint is that the words to match up on the sides of the game are always in the same spot, making it easy for the mind to memorize the location of each word rather than the spelling and pronunciation. Other than that, I think for a free app, it’s good. 🙂

Susin Desai on Google Play (28th June 2016)

Really nice for practice with basic words

Rafal Urbaniak on Google Play (27th June 2016)

Use dear..very good

Damindi Tissera on Google Play (14th March 2015)

Use dear..very good

Damindi Tissera on Google Play (14th March 2015)

Very nice learning by playing.

Indre Baranauskaitė on Google Play (1st January 2015)


Atul Virender Virender on Google Play (28th October 2014)

I like it

on Google Play (5th January 2014)

I like it

Daisy nzz on Google Play (5th January 2014)

It is a very good game

on Google Play (14th December 2013)


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