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About NHK Easy Japanese News Reader - Simple & Useful

This apps will suite with JLPT N4, N3 level.

This app lets you read and listen to daily news in a very simple Japanese.
It also show the reading (furigana) of Kanji as well as contains a list of new words with meanings in each news, or it will link to multiple dictionaries like English, Japanese, Chinese and Korean.

It now includes the movies which come along with the news.

With this app you can adjust font size for reading and setting to automatically play next/previous news when finish listening to once.

NEW FEATURES:
- Add normal version of the news (more difficult Japanese)
- Hide Furigana for each articles
- Link to dictionary of English, Chinese and Korean
- Favorite and download tab

KEY FEATURES:
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- Easy to understand Japanese News

- Furigana for Kanji words in the news

- New words and meanings for each news

- Auto-play next/previous news

- Adjust Font Size for better reading

- Native reading voice

- Share the app with your friend

- Simple and Easy to use User Interface

- Support landscape mode

- Play in background

FEATURES in FULL VERSION:

- OFFLINE VIEW MODE: you can now download preferred article for offline view (without internet connection).
-> Reduce cost on 3G/4G connection
- Free of ads
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Leave your comments and we will bring more convenience!!!

Thanks,

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Useful for learning.
Felipe de Miguel Campos
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The app is very useful. It helps me very much in developing my japanese. However, there are some moments which cannot be unnoticable. 1) It is impossible to read favourite news offline. I know that the featu...
Ali Yarmukhamedov
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It's like Weekly Reader for Japan! Great for language learning.
Robert Keasling