What’s the difference between the 14-day free trial and the free limited features access?

There are two ways to try the Fluent Forever app free of charge: through our 14-day free trial or the free access (with limited features) we offer. This article explains the differences between the two options so you can pick the one that works best for you!

14-day free trial (full access)

The app subscription plans that are available for purchase on our website fluent-forever.com come with a 14-day free trial.

To start the trial, you must select a plan and sign up. The 14-day free trial requires adding payment information. However, you will not be charged during the trial, and you can cancel it at any point before the subscription start date if you’d prefer not to continue with the app.

During the 14-day free trial, you get unlimited access to all features that are included in the subscription plan.

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Free app access (with limited features)

In addition to the trial, we also offer a no-strings-attached look at our Fluent Forever app. It’s completely free, no trial sign-up or credit card is required, and there is no time limit to try it.

All you need to do to take advantage of it is to download the app from the App Store or the Google Play Store and sign up for an account. Once you are logged in, you will get access to a limited number of features while still being able to understand if our app is the right one for you on your language-learning journey. 

To be able to unlock all features and create unlimited flashcards, you will need to purchase a subscription via our website fluent-forever.com, or via the app stores.

Which one should I pick to try out the app?

If you want to get the complete app experience and try all features included in the subscription plan you like the most, then the 14-day free trial is the recommended option.

On the other hand, if you are looking to get a feel of how the app and the Fluent Forever method work without committing to a trial, then you can go for the free limited features access instead.

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