uTalk’s Great Language Adventure

Try out 40 languages free as part of uTalk’s Great Language Adventure We’re off on a round the world trip by (virtual) planes, trains, boats and automobiles to meet and talk to people in 40 different countries celebrating the fact that uTalk goes to more places than any other languages company. Our mascot has started his tour in … Read more

Behind the Scenes – Manx Recording

We recently had the pleasure of having Julie Matthews and Chris Sheard in our recording studio to record the Manx language. We’re hoping to play our part in supporting the language, making it available to a wider audience through our uTalk app. What is Manx? Manx, which is spoken on the Isle of Man, is … Read more

Blog: Meet our Project Manager – Adi

In this third week of ‘Meet our uTalkers’, I’d like to introduce you to Aditya (or Adi for short ), a very important and well-loved member of the uTalk family. Aditya is our Project Manager and is also responsible for consumer growth and analytics. He has been a part of the company since 2015, when … Read more

uTalk to launch first PopUp College language class at Putney coffee shop

Customers at the Costa Coffee store on Upper Richmond Road will be more prepared than most to order a cappuccino in style as uTalk prepares to launch Italian evening classes there from 10th January. The initiative is a pilot for uTalk and PopUp College, who believe that making learning less formal and more social improves motivation … Read more

‘ave a butcher’s at our Cockney app!

Last week, we at uTalk were immensely proud to release our Cockney dialect app! It’s taken us years to get to this stage and we’ve already had a fantastic response. But it’s been one of the most unusual languages we’ve ever produced, and we knew you’d want to hear more… First off, what is Cockney? … Read more

uTalk Cockney launches in the East End

If you follow us on Facebook or Twitter, you’ll know that last week uTalk became the world’s first Cockney language learning app! The traditional East London rhyming slang was launched at G Kelly pie shop on the Roman Road by the Pearly King of Forest Gate and Pearly Queen of Old Kent Road. The Pearly King and … Read more