Swedish Bubble Bath

Learn Swedish with Swedish Bubble Bath

Learn Swedish and have fun doing it with this Bubble Bath of Knowledge game.

Time to learn Swedish!

The Swedish language is very hot right now. Whether you like books like the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo or are a big Abba fan . . . it might be fun to learn some Swedish. Travelling to Stockholm? You should also try learning a few things.

Swedish Bubble Bath is a simple game which gradually lets you start learning Swedish words and phrases. You start off with a 50/50 guessing chance on easy topics. You watch 2 bubble float into the air and you hear a Swedish work spoken when you select one. Then you have to choose the button on either side which correctly translates the spoken word. You start out guessing, but soon start making selections based on you recognition of the spoken or read Swedish.

After you get better, later levels force you to choose between 10 translations. Other levels will force you to read by removing the native speaker speaking the words. Then, other levels will force you to listen, by removing the text. Make sure you play the game with sound on.

How high can you score?

Swedish Bubble Bath has vocabulary in the following categories:
✓ Numbers
✓ Animals
✓ Body Parts
✓ Colors
✓ Sizes
✓ Verbs
✓ Travel
✓ Time
✓ Person Nouns
✓ Adjectives
✓ Food
✓ Useful Phrases

Here are 5 fun Swedish Facts (from the Overpass website):
• Swedish was only made the official language of Sweden in 2009!
• Almost as many people in Sweden speak English as speak Swedish.
• Finland was part of Sweden from the 13th Century until 1809.
• For Swedes, a little actually means a lot. If you say “I am a little sad” you are, in fact, very sad!!
• Sweden attracts about 5 million tourists every year.

Swedish Bubble Bath features original art work by Gesonrey Romero of Overpass Apps. It also features spoken Swedish performed by Rickard Langnesund. The app is produced by Eric Wroolie of Overpass Apps.

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Just some of our reviews

Swedish practice
Rather good. The vocabulary is every day basic, but hey that’s what you need to read and understand a foreign language.

Greg Hawkes on The Amazon App Store (7th January 2018)

Really fun way to practice Swedish.

Natalie frigieri-williams on Google Play (17th November 2017)

Fun and educational
Love this, it’s a great way to learn and practice verbs. The audio option helps with pronunciation too.

Nat F(Dorset) on The Amazon App Store (2nd August 2017)

Really good app

cassandra on The Amazon App Store (7th April 2017)

Great app when you want to practice and short on time
A more expansive vocabulary would be better, otherwise a great app

Allison Miller on Google Play (19th November 2016)

Great potential.
The different speeds option is fun, wish it had different word difficulty option too. Needs more words. But overall fun way to learn words.

Just Jakkie on Google Play (6th November 2016)

No problems so far, just need more words.

freeto lure on Google Play (24th August 2016)

Nice designed app,useful to learn swedish.But there is small number of words.I hope you will update.It will worth much more than

Novak Bubanja on Google Play (10th March 2016)


Ruhollah Mohammadi on Google Play (30th December 2015)

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Samer Rashed on Google Play (22nd September 2015)

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Here’s how Swedish Bubble Bath is Doing

We love transparency, so we’ll show you how well Swedish Bubble Bath is doing in the app store (even when it’s not that impressive yet). Here’s some recent download stats from Google Play, the Apple App Store and the Amazon App Store

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