Off topic: French Word Searches for iPad
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Dear all,

I have just released a simple French Word Searches app for iPad. It uses the same themed core GCSE vocabulary used in the French Vocab Games app I have mentioned previously here, but allows you to take full advantage of the iPad's larger screen.

If anyone is interested in trying it out, I have a few promo codes (redeem one in App Store on your iPad; first come, first served):




[Edited at 2012-11-08 00:53 GMT]

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Interesting Nov 8, 2012

Interesting, Neil. I like your spirit of entrepreneurship.

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