How To Download Rosetta Stone for Free for Mac Users

How To Download Rosetta Stone for Free for Mac Users


  1. Google ‘transmission’ or ‘utorrent’ and download one of them.
  2. Google ‘rosetta stone version 3 torrent’ and download it from a popular torrent site. Look at the seeds to leeches count on the file. You want a high number of seeds and a low number of leeches so downloading goes faster. Also read the comments so you know the download is legit.
  3. Search YouTube for a video that teaches you how to copy the Rosetta Stone crack file for the torrent. You need it to use the software without an activation code.
  4. Search Google for the torrent of the specific language you want. Again check seeds to leeches ratio and the comments. Make sure you are downloading the language pack for the version you have. Be prepared for the download to take forever.
  5. Note: If one of the files you downloaded is in .rar form then you need to google ‘unrarx,’ download it, and then use on that file. You should end up with a .iso file.
  6. If you already had a .iso file or you just made one, then you need to mount the file. In the mac finder window go to disk utilities under utilities. Mount the .iso file.
  7. Open the Rosetta Stone application and add your language.


Note: This is illegal. I am in no way supporting such downloads. All of the above information was obtained using a simple google search.



  1. Andrea Gaggioni says:

    I just wrote a post for my blog about how to practice speaking a language before going abroad. A lot of students find it difficult to overcome the language barrier, but Rosetta Stone is an excellent software and resource for students looking to learn another language in a short period of time. Great article! I also liked, “Study Abroad Preparation: How To Learn a New Language with Rosetta Stone.”

  2. Study Abroad Experience says:

    You have to be careful when doing this, it can leave your computer with a virus. My suggestion would be to just purchase a cheaper software. Rosetta Stone is very helpful but a virus that could potentially crash your computer is not worth the headache. Trust me Been there done that. O yeah not to mention it is illegal so proceed with caution.

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    [...] Purchase (or rent from your local library) language-learning audio courses for your car. This past summer I listened to French CDs during my hour commute to work. I can proudly say that I can now ask who, what, where, when and why types of questions! A couple of minutes to an hour of practice a day can only help.  Some recommended audio books, include, Learn In Your Car, Berlitz and Innovative Language. Visit the iTunes Store to download language-learning audiobooks to your Apple product.Rosetta Stone is a language-learning software that uses images, text and audio to teach people languages in the same way a first language is learned. For another blogger’s recommendations on how to learn another language using Rosetta Stone, click here ( Rosetta Stone can be quite expensive. Download a free trial here, or find out how to download Rosetta Stone on your Mac, here. [...]

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