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Gabriella: Want to learn must-know practical words with real life examples? This app will teach you in 33 languages!
Gabriella: Welcome to Innovative Language.com 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: In this Sunday News, we’re talking about Visual Dictionary App for the iPhone, iPad and our newest Japanese iBook.
Peter: Listeners, that’s 33 languages inside this app.
Gabriella: Choose one... two.. three.. or all thirty three. Either way, you get them all.
Peter: They’re all yours listeners. And guess what, this app is Free.
Gabriella: But if you don’t know about Visual Dictionary or how it helps you master vocab in real-life situations...
Peter: Here’s a quick explanation about this vocabulary building app, listeners!
Gabriella: You learn practical vocabulary though real life context.
Peter: So, imagine this... city streets, supermarkets, hospitals, train stations, schools...
Gabriella: You explore these scenarios on your iphone or ipad and learn over 100 practical words per language.
Peter: So you’re actually zooming through these places and tapping on words of objects
Gabriella: If you’re exploring a city, you’ll see words for “road” “bank” “subway station” “coffee shop” and other things!
Peter: Just tap on the words and you’ll get their meaning.
Gabriella: You get the translation, the audio pronunciation and sample sentences
Peter: You can also save words to your wordbank for later review too!
Gabriella: Now, when you get this app, you get to choose a language right?
Peter: Right Gabriella. You can try out all the languages you want through the app for free.
Gabriella: And if you’re wondering what the 33 languages are...
Peter: ... we’ve covered everything from Bulgarian to Japanese to Vietnamese...but we won’t bore you by listing them all off now.
Gabriella: Find out exactly which languages are available on the App’s iTunes Page. Chances are, the language you’re looking for is there!
Peter: Click on the link in the lesson description to learn more on iTunes
Gabriella: So Peter, right now the App is at 104 words per language.
Peter: Yes, that’s over 3,400 words total that you get for free. And each one has 3 real life scenarios.
Gabriella: That’s a tremendous amount. But what if the listeners want more words and scenarios?
Peter: You can easily upgrade to all 550+ words and 26 scenarios for each language.
Gabriella: Just unlock an entire language with a $9.99 in-app upgrade
Peter: And listeners... if you want all 33 languages with over 18,000 words unlocked for one price...
Gabriella: Make sure you check out Visual Dictionary Pro. That’s the complete app and it’s available on iTunes for $39.99
Peter: The links to both the free and the complete versions are in the lesson description.
Gabriella: Now, onto the second piece of news, Japanese PhrasePower for the iPad
Peter: If you’re learning Japanese...
Gabriella: Or if you’re keen on starting right now, you’ll definitely be learning phrases first
Peter: That’s because phrases are easy and they get you speaking Japanese right now.
Gabriella: So, PhrasePower is our brand new phrase-based iBook with over 700 essential Japanese phrases to get you through the beginner stages of the language or a trip to Japan.
Peter: That’s a HUGE headstart on Japanese without the pain of learning grammar
Gabriella: You’ll learn phrases for basic conversation, greetings, social situations, ordering food, getting around Japan, shopping and so much more
Peter: And not only do you read the words but you also hear how the phrase is said by real native speakers.
Gabriella: This is perfect for beginners and travelers that need just the essential phrases
Peter: Listeners, If you want to get a free sample, the iBook link is in the lesson description. If you like what you see, simply purchase the book to download the rest!
Gabriella: Click on it to launch iTunes
Peter: And be sure to test drive the brand new Visual Dictionary App as well!
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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October 6th, 2013 at 06:30 PM
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Download the free Visual Dictionary and let us know what you think here!

JapanesePod101.com Verified
October 8th, 2013 at 12:38 PM
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Hi Justin,

We appreciate your comment and feedback!

I’ll make sure your message is added to the growing demand for Android versions of our apps!

I don't know if you've seen this page yet, but here we have all Apps (for iPhone, iPad and Android) for Japanese:



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October 7th, 2013 at 01:07 AM
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Maybe you guys know this, maybe you don't.but in case nobody has brought it to your attention android devices do have the biggest market share when it comes to cell phones, Apple is more of a niche group. So when you release apps for one and not the other you leave the majority of learners without the same resources.it may be something you can't control but it bugs me when I get an e-mail about a new app and get excited, only to be left out again and again. Love the site and am learning tons, just an annoyance I wanted to voice.