Yes, me too. But I use Du Chinese mainly as a listening app. Love it.
I also use dictionaries more in detail now, Pleco (chars, characters) and MDBG, which has a lot about the components, if you go deeper, click on the three points two levels deep, and find the scissors.
Wow, I’ve never heard of Langotalk, sounds like fun to try!
I use different things for different languages.
For Spanish, it’s also a website, not an app, but I love Dreaming Spanish (comprehensible input). For French, I’m enjoying the InnerFrench podcast on YouTube and Spotify (also comprehensible input). For both I like checking out books in my target languages from my library app!
For Vietnamese and Korean, for which I am still a beginner, I’m just focusing on Flexiclasses
I really hope that Fluyo will become my favorite app. At the moment the most used one for me is Skritter and Anki for learning vocabulary and LanguagePlayer for watching videos and improving my listening skills.
Haha, yes. The Wei bot always goes back to 最喜欢的 destinations and food. I tried to change the theme and then happens this typical small talk thing. Everything is great and wow, and one short deeper question 你最喜欢的。。， and back to 你去过哪些城市旅行呢？or 你最喜欢的旅行目的地是哪里？So what will Jing at the bar and Chen the Traveler like to talk about?
I am absolutely not fond of small talk. So, maybe the grammar drill or the tutor would be what I like. Have you or anybody tested those as well yet?
I tried them too and they’re impressive!
What I liked about the AI Tutor is that you can ask him whatever you don’t understand about Chinese language topics. For example, I tried asking the difference between 两 and 二 to see how accurate it was and the explanation it gave me was pretty good! Simple and clear