It's good but maybe a little too expensive I'm trying to learn French and this app has been very useful. Great content, interesting and relevant. However, even if I consider myself to be appreciative of good and meaningful work and willing to pay for it, I think the subscription fees are REALLY high. You see, almost 150 dollars is not accesible for everybody (at least not for me). If you considered to reduce the prices I'd be happy to buy a subscription. I beg you to keep up your good work but also to consider my concerns - and those of other people
Good program but its too expensive considering you don't even get daily news. The RFI news in French facile is much better and free. However I would still buy this if it was much cheaper.
You could have said something about the subscription costs in the description. Terrible practice. At least offer a trial period.
Great app Excellent way to practice your French in an enjoyable way. Having definitions built in for some of the more difficult words or phrases is a great way to make sure I'm fully understanding. Seeing the words while I hear them spoken has to be one of the best ways to learn. This is a great app!
I'm SO excited for this! Saw a preview on CNN earlier and am so pumped to get started. I've studied French in school but never mastered it. I can read it not bad but understanding is my biggest issue. It gets so boring listening to fake conversations like "Hello Mr Smith, how are you today?" Where as this app is real news, so it's actually relevant. I've always said I wish people that spoke French spoke as clear as the airport announcements or the one on airplanes as I can understand them pretty well since they are slow and clear, but actual French speakers talk 1000 words a minute. Not sure why people give poor reviews saying it should be free, why should it be?