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NOTE: Readlang is run by just one person, me, Steve. Even entire software development teams can't implement all the great ideas that they come up with, and this is doubly true in my case since I'm just a single person. So although I read all the ideas posted here, I can't possibly implement most of them. The feedback definitely helps inform my product decisions though, so please keep posting!

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  1. add some more trainings to learn section

    Not only guessing word, but many different trainings such as word-translate, translate-word, audio-writing, crossword. Watch on this site It's russian but you can switch it to English. It really helps you to memorise new words, believe me.

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    I’m working on an API to allow anyone to create training games. There’s an early alpha version here in case any developers want to try it out:

    Here’s a basic game to demonstrate it:

    I don’t plan to create games myself any time soon, since I want to concentrate on the other core features of Readlang, but I hope that other developers may be tempted to try.


    There is now a typing mode for Readlang’s flashcards that you can enable from the preferences page, see this blog post for details:

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