ELSA is an interactive language app available for iOS and Android that helps non-native English speakers improve their pronunciation.

The app is free to download and works similarly to other language-learning apps. To start, it asks what your native language is to get a feel for your pronunciation. The app then presents you with a few common English words and phrases, but then it listens to your own pronunciation of those words and phrases. From there, it tells you what parts of the phrase you should focus on.

According to the site, ELSA—which stands for English Language Speech Assistant—uses curriculum designed by communications experts with years of experience in speech coaching. So far, the app is for English only, but it comes in handy for anyone trying to learn the language. See it in action in the above video, then check it out at the links below.

ELSA | Apple Store via Product Hunt

ELSA | Google Play

 

Source: lifehacker.com