We have been doing that ever since 1961, when our first language lab was made under the name Tandberg. During those 50+ years, our solutions have found their way to over 100 countries and 50,000 classroom installations.

Language Learning

Sanako Study 1200

A full-featured language lab coupled with complete classroom management. You can choose how to incorporate ICT resources into teaching and your students will feel right at home with the feature-packed student player, engaging them with multiple possibilities for individualization and interactivity while remotely managing their progress.

Sanako Study 700

Study 700 is our classroom management software with the addition of basic language lab functionalities, with focus on improving communication skills.

Sanako Lab 100

Lab 100 is an unique digital language teaching solution which requires only a teacher computer.

Classroom Management

Sanako Study 500

Classroom management software for using class time for what it’s meant for: teaching and learning.

Virtual Classroom


is an easy solution for improving oral skills in a foreign language.


is an online solution for pronunciation practice with no installations or downloads needed. You can listen to authentic speech models read any text or words that you have selected, record your own voice for comparison and receive immediate feedback.

uTalk is for anyone who wants to learn key words and phrases in another language. It’s perfect for beginners getting started in a language and invaluable for intermediates looking to fill in gaps in their vocabulary and pronunciation.

What’s In The App?

It’s crammed full of useful, everyday words and phrases which are divided into topics. Each topic will take roughly two to three hours to complete but you can dip in for five minutes or more at a time. Learn when you want, at your own pace. And with 60+ topics, that’s a total of up to 180 hours of learning in each language. Because every word is voiced by both male and female native speakers, you’re also learning real-world pronunciation. Record yourself mimicking their speech, then practise until you get it right.

How Does It Work?

Choose which words you need and learn them when you want. Pay attention to the Practice Section which uses native speakers to pronounce the words – but shows them written in both your new language and in your native tongue. After that, it’s all about your new language so you’ll need to keep up! Five increasingly challenging games – from easy to hard – test you on what you’ve learned and you’ll see your memory improve each time you’re tested. Stay motivated by watching your progress scores soar. To get full marks you’ll need to start thinking in your new language.