Language learning application based on LibreLingo
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Dimitris Kardarakos b5fd15327a Update release info 3 days ago
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Glossaico is a language learning application based on LibreLingo.

Its primary target is Linux Mobile devices but the technology stack it makes use of does not prevent it from running on any environment where Python, Qt and Kirigami are available.

At the moment, it contains three language courses:

  • Spanish for English speakers
  • German for English speakers
  • Basque for English speakers


To build the application package, install PySide2 and Kirigami using the package manager of your distribution. Then, extract the release archive and execute:

python3 -m build

You can also directly test the application from the source code directory:

python3 -m glossaico


Glossaico is licensed under GPL v3+.