Web, Limited pronunciation scores, Cheap, ★
They give enough points for 6 free lessons, then $1-$2 per lesson. Each lesson teaches a few words or phrases by speaking them once, showing you the spelling, and letting you click for a translation. You cannot suppress spelling in the target language, and the pictures are often not self-explanatory, so you cannot learn just by ear, and you cannot slow the audio. It then speaks and displays the words in random order to see if you recognize them. It also uses the words in sentences. Sentences may use words which you have not been taught.
They teach 35 languages. They dropped Czech, Estonian, Icelandic and Norwegian, and added Belarusian and Marathi.
An interesting feature is that you can record your pronunciation for volunteer native speakers to review, though this is no substitute for the immediate and constant feedback on Transparent and Pronunciator. You may wait a long time to get the review, since the instructions on reviewing are detailed and hard to follow.
It has a mix of words and phrases and includes numbers to 20. It does not offer downloads.
They teach in 11 languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish.