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FLNewsBrowser
FLNewsBrowser
5.0
FLNewsBrowser free download for Mac

FLNewsBrowser

Version 1.5.0

Access the latest broadcasts from NHK Radio Japan.

FLNewsBrowser overview

FLNewsBrowser is an application for accessing to news provided by NHK Radio Japan.

NHK Radio Japan broadcasts Japanese news in several different languages on the Web. It provides not only audio data, but also complete transcripts. So, this data is very useful for foreign language students; especially for improving their listening skills.

You can access this audio and transcript very easily through the FLNewsBrowser. Just launch the application, and youfre ready to study. Enjoy your studies, with FLNewsBrowser!

So far, English, Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), French, Korean,Portuguese, Russian and Spanish are available.

What’s new in version 1.5.0

Updated on Feb 03 2012

Version 1.5.0:
  • Added Vietnamese and Indonesian

Information

License

Free

Size

116 KB

Downloads

3176

App requirements

  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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G-money
G-money
Dec 24 2011
1.4.0
0.0
Dec 24 2011
0.0
Version: 1.4.0
Correction. English is not supported in this version. . .
Attyong
Attyong
Aug 15 2009
1.3.3
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Aug 15 2009
0.0
Version: 1.3.3
It's quite a nice application, however, is there any chance that it can access to nhk japanese news. I'm learning Japanese right now.
Daiyi
Daiyi
Apr 29 2007
1.2
5.0
Apr 29 2007
5.0
Version: 1.2
This is a great application. I plan on installing it ion our college language lab computers. With modifications, LiveDictionary can be used in conjunction with FLN, allowing for popup definitions in various languages. It would be great to see further development. The "show pinyin" and speed control are welcome recent developments. I would love a simple way of saving vocabulary terms into a lexicon or list for later review. For now, however, I'm very pleased with this.