|Founder(s)||Luis von Ahn, Severin Hacker|
|CEO||Luis von Ahn|
|Industry||Online education, Professional certification, Translation, Crowdsourcing|
|Services||Language courses, Duolingo Test Center, Duolingo for Schools|
|Slogan(s)||Free language education for the world|
|Alexa rank||▼ 869 (January 2017[update])|
Duolingo is a free language-learning program. Its website and mobile apps are available to anyone with an Internet connection plus a computer, tablet or smartphone. Duolingo can be used on iOS, Android, Windows 8 and 10 operating systems. Duolingo allows people to learn over 50 different language courses in 23 languages. There are over 100 million people learning a language on Duolingo.
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