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Well the concept is wonderful. Yet the functionality of app is horrible. I wouId not buy it if bugs persisted. I have tested it in Russian. 1. Downloading a story - it just stuck at 0% forever. Nothing helps. Switching between Wifi and 4G, opening and closing app etc. Not even single thing like going back to library etc not working. 2. Some stories won’t even open. 3. When I successfully opened one story, it is glitching on a reading mode (Not text mode) unless it is been read. Sometimes, I just want to read it without listening and that glitching makes it tiring for eyes. 4. Entering into text mode is horrendous task. It always takes several attempts. Still I had not figured it out how to switch between reading mode vs. text mode. When I try to switch to text mode it starts to read it and its very annoying. 5. Glossary... where to begin... I really wish that it could have been possible to delete some words added for me. 6. I don’t understand the concept here. How Beelinguapp expects one would want to go over and over again the same words. 7. Even some words are in English with English translations. In summary, the app is barely usable. A lot of supposed to be great functions are not working and I really wonder how it got those five stars. By the way, I have checked the update And mine was the latest version.
There are some serious problems to this app’s functionality. 1. Setting the speed is delayed. 2. There’s a “read-a-long” feature where the words are highlighted along with the audio. But this is off if the speed isn’t 1/1. 3. The “rate this app” page pops up on the last page of a story and pressing cancel does not make it go away. Thus, finishing the last page of any story is actually impossible. 4. The glossary only allows you to select words in a single sitting. There is not option to continue selecting words to add to the glossary. So good luck learning words you don’t know. I do like this app, I haven’t deleted it (yet). However the large number of bugs in the app’s system is frustrating at best.
The concept is great but that’s where it falls short. The audio is fast. It takes several tries before the audio slows down. There’s fast, medium, and EXTREMELY slow speed (think voice warping). The language and audio isn’t in sync. I was listening to Turkish and it would speak one line and highlight another line in English (different than the translation). The app definitely needs some tweaking. The devs offer a discount for premium but you have 30 minutes to test the app. I can’t justify paying for this app. There are too many things that need to be adjusted. There are no vocabulary words for the stories, most of them are unappealing or boring, the beginner stories are all children stories, however, it doesn’t seem “beginner” to me. I’ve watched the full 76 episodes of my favorite Turkish show with subtitles and learned more in a day from that than in the 10 minutes I tested this app. You can only “sign up” via Google or Facebook. What’s up with apps forcing social media sign up?
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