プチクレア wrote:However, at this point it doesn't support the premium feed (and it might not support the basic feed either), as it requires password identifcation.
Back in the day, (March 2011) i was using an iPhone3. I had been a premium member for a while, downloaded some files, (whole lessons, audio, review track, etc.) and would not only listen to the audio, but would tap the Logo Album and see the English, Romanji, Kana and Kanji for me to read along as I listen. This was a great, complimentary feature that enhanced the listening process with 'one-stop' reading of content.
Those '.pdf' files were and (still) are showing up in my iMac's iTunes as 'lyrics' and/or 'comments'.
~However~, (after letting months turn into years) and now that I have an iPhone 5 and also use the Podcasts App (something Apple didn't have back in early 2011), when I tap the Album artwork / logo, it doesn't flip over to show the translations printed out for users to read.
Is this because your files are not keeping up with Apple technology or because you've encoded the files so that users like me can no longer read along (without ~ahem~ 'Active Subscriptions')? I thought I could be a life-long user? Wasn't that what I was told back in 2011? Do I have to subscribe again to get the romaji, kana and kanji restored to each audio file on my iPhone? Or is this simply a tech issue?