Published by insubae
I am a newbie who wants to develope smart phone application, especially I am insterested in Iphone applications.
As for the first work, I am preparing a application for english study.
It would be focused on listening practice, and I hope it can be a little help for anyone who wants to improve linstening skills, just like me.
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8 thoughts on “Android version is on the Store (Google Play)”
Hello, I checked the play store and listeningdrill isn’t available for android anymore. Why and will it ever be reuploaded?
Unfortunately, it’s been deleted from Google Play Store due to copyright issue, according to Google.
Google doesn’t give me more detailed guide, and I’m not quite sure what I shoud fix at the moment.
Until things get clear, android version will not be available on the play store market…
I’m so sorry.
I can’t download TED subtitles with a video for the last several months. How can I resolve this problem?
If you’re talking about Android version, there will be no more update… I’m so sorry…
Hi, I’ve got a problem with subtitles. When I add them, the whole screen is covered by some strange characters (letters) instead of being displayed as it’s supposed to be. But when I try sample files (steve jobs and the another one) then everything works well. What can be a cause? (I’m talking about an android version “listening master”)
Ok, I’ve fixed the problem – the subtitles were wrong.
Any chance that you can maintain the app for Aptoide?
It is an alternative to Google Play
Actually it’s been a long time ago when there is an update of Android version.
I will see what I can do for the Android version.
Thank you for your interest in ListeningDrill,