When I was in Wales the weekend before last, my friend was saying he had tried to download Duolingo but it doesn't work on his iphone4. He has done one Welsh evening class - I gave SSIW a big plug, (although not sure if it works on iphone4 either?).
Unrelated but depressing - his daughter's friends had been told they could not take A level Welsh at their (English medium) school in Penarth, because there were not enough pupils - she said there were 10! Classes much smaller than that are running at my son's comp in London, one year they did German with only 2.
Then on the Sunday we went to Bristol for a get together with people who share the same rare eye condition as my husband, many of whom have been taking part in a clinical trial of gene therapy. There are less than 20 of these in the UK. Sitting near us were a couple with Welsh accents and I got up courage to ask "Siarad Cymraeg?". Indeed they did, they were from Llandysul. I didn't get to use much Welsh as we weren't directly next to each other and it felt a bit rude to speak over someone else. I did manage to say that I was learning and she asked me where I was learning, and I told her a bit about SSIW.
Then later I was talking to another one of the trial subjects and he said he went to Ynys Mon every year on holiday, and when his daughter started University they were all planning to move to Bangor. I asked if he'd thought of learning Welsh and he said, yes he thought he should, so I gave SSIW another plug!
Finally yesterday at work we were talking about languages as my friend is about to have a baby and bring her up speaking English and Estonian. Another colleague was saying she was very bad at languages but "what wouldn't I pay if someone could just download one into my head". I told her about SSIW and suggested she give Spanish a try (or indeed Welsh).