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Gabriella: Want to master must-know vocabulary on your Android device? You got it!
Gabriella: Welcome to an Innovative Language Learning Sunday News! I'm Gabriella and I'll be hosting today's Sunday news with the founder of Innovative Language... Peter!
Peter: Hi everyone! Peter here.
Gabriella: Today, you’re getting the inside scoop on a powerful vocabulary app that’s now on Android!
Peter: Big News! WordPower for Android is finally here.
Gabriella: What does it mean for you, listeners?
Peter: It means... you master the must-know vocabulary twice as fast...
Gabriella: You pick up valuable talking points with words unique to the language’s culture.
Peter: And you reach fluency two times faster than the average learner. Want to know exactly how WordPower does this? Keep listening
Gabriella: But... since we have a quick sale coming up...
Peter: ... We’re going to reveal it right now, listeners.
Gabriella: You’re the first ones to know about it. Ready? Starting today...
Peter: Grab the new WordPower for Android, iPhone or Mac at 30% OFF.
Gabriella: That’s just $6.99 for our most popular vocabulary app!
Peter: But you gotta move fast! This deal ends Friday, May 10th, 2013...
Gabriella: ...and prices go go back up to $9.99.
Peter: Click on the link up in the lesson description to get the app right now.
Gabriella: Now, listeners, we’ve had WordPower for a while...
Peter: ...But this new version was ONLY for the iPhone, iPad and Mac desktop.
Gabriella: So we won’t keep you waiting any longer. Here’s what’s new in WordPower for Android:
Peter: And Here’s how you master vocabulary twice as fast with WordPower.
Peter: First things first, you’ll notice a new, clean and easy-to-use design...
Gabriella: We’ve completely redesigned the app specifically for Android phones and tablets
Peter: All so you can easily jump into your studies. And hey, Gabriella, did you know that 2,000 words is enough for conversational fluency?
Gabriella: Really? And that’s all in one single app.
Peter: Right. And you won’t find these words in any other app or wordlist. Our language experts have hand picked every single word based on frequency of use and practicality.
Gabriella: So we did the all hard work for you.
Peter: These 2,000 words, which sounds like a lot, are actually easy to master. We separated them into 10 basic categories.
Gabriella: and 13 courses based on your level. If you’re an absolute beginner...
Peter: ...You’re learning the most commonly used and practical words first. Just go through these categories or courses, one by one.
Gabriella: And I hear there’s a new local list in WordPower? What’s that, Peter?
Peter: So, aside from practical, basic words like colors and common objects... you also need to know the culture to really understand a language, right?
Gabriella: Absolutely.
Peter: And the local list gives you the words unique to the language’s country and culture.
Gabriella: What’s an example, Peter?
Peter: So, say, if you’re learning Japanese - you’ll learn about food, drink, ettiquette as well as famous bands and celebrities.
Gabriella: That’s awesome! And culture easily translates to conversation so these will give you talking points to use when you’re speaking with a native.
Peter: Yep. With WordPower you learn everything from popular foods and drinks to holidays and landmarks
Gabriella: So, you have all the words you need.
Peter: But how do you master ‘em twice as fast?
Gabriella: Use our Smart Flashcards to drill the categories or courses.
Peter: They’ll quiz you on the hard words and skip the easy ones, so you have absolutely no choice but to master them right now!
Gabriella: That sounds really effective! Much more than spending time looking words up and then drilling them.
Peter: It is! You also get to hear your words in action...
Gabriella: ...we’ve added our fan favorite podcast lessons to the app.
Peter: All those words you’re learning? You’ll hear them used in conversations in every lesson.
Gabriella: Finally, you get the word of the day - that’s a new word delivered to your home-screen to keep you motivated and learning!
Peter: As you can see, listeners, this is a pretty massive update
Gabriella: Which is why users have been demanding an Android Version.
Peter: If you’re not an Android user... don’t worry.
Gabriella: That’s right. The app is available for iPhone, iPad and the Mac Desktop too!
Peter: So, if you want to get fluent and speak more, you need more words....
Gabriella: And you get master them twice as fast with WordPower at 30% OFF.
Peter: That’s just $6.99 for our most popular vocabulary app!
Gabriella: Start mastering vocabulary with WordPower for Android, iPhone or Mac!
Peter: Move fast! This deal ends Friday, May 10th, 2013
Gabriella: And that’s all we've got time for– You’ve been listening to Innovative Language.com Sunday News!
Peter: Bye everyone!
Gabriella: Thank you for listening, and we’ll see you all next time.


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May 5th, 2013 at 06:30 PM
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July 19th, 2013 at 12:26 PM
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Hi everyone!

Our tech team is investigating the issue with our email.

In the meantime, can you please send your emails to contactus@JapanesePod101.com ?

We appreciate your patience and feedback!


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July 15th, 2013 at 08:04 PM
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we're very sorry for all the technical issues and troubles!!

I'll forward your comments to out tech team asking for helps.

Thank you very much for your patience and kind reports! :smile:


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July 15th, 2013 at 05:23 AM
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July 15th, 2013 at 04:08 AM
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Shalom folks,

on one hand this thing is pretty great, but I can't exactly tell what's that "something more" I had expected. A bunch of things in it, anyways. Sometimes the (either inbuilt or default? Can't choose one, anyway) browser has funny hickups when it comes to media, particularly flash.

The real bug is: Word Of The Day. No go.

I'll follow your tech team link and give them my phone specs and we'll sort it out and all be fine.

Mata Ne,


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May 7th, 2013 at 11:00 AM
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David Morgan san,

we're very sorry for the confusion :sad:

Our technical team should contact you soon. Could you also please send an email to mobileapps@innovativelanguage.com explaining your issues?

Thank you very much for your patience!!


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David Morgan
May 7th, 2013 at 06:00 AM
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I tried the free version. The description said that I would be accessing 200 words. When I loaded it, I only had access to one word. That is not much of a preview.