Windows 10; Microsoft Edge; Microsoft Continuum App; Progressive App Support

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Chicago, IL
United States
Jun 18, 2015
Feb 17, 2018 at 1:48am


I currently have the Fluenz 2.10 Mandarin Redbox, and the download for French. I would like to work with both offline. However, neither seem to work with Windows 10, you all still have not made a Microsoft Continuum App (which works on all Windows 10 devices), nor a Progressive Web App (which is platform natural). The only option I seem to have is to run it in the browser, which requires constant internet access, which effectively defeats the goal I am trying to accomplish.

Is there a way to either: run the lessons offline using a Windows 10 device with the Edge Browser; or have up to date red boxes shipped to me so that I can install and run the lessons offline? If there happens to be another solution I am unaware of please help me to figure this out. I have not been able to properly use your software in a way that fits me since you all transitioned to 3.0. I have been patiently waiting for you all to make a Microsoft Continuum app, but that sadly has been a frustratingly long time.

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United States
Feb 6, 2011
Feb 18, 2018 at 3:13pm

Fluenz version f3 has been designed to be used both online and offline, exactly like an iPhone App but on your Windows 10 computer. To make it work offline you must have downloaded all your sessions prior to disconnecting from the internet via the Application that you installed on your desktop. When you close the Fluenz Application make sure not to log out of it. Close it by clicking on the X, below and to the right on the Application’s interface. As long as you have not logged out, you can close it and then go offline, or turn off your computer, and your sessions will be there.

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