Disha App is a new way to learn Chinese. With the app, users can learn to read, write, and speak Chinese without any extra effort. Users can receive one daily lesson with a live tutor, or they can sign up to receive a lesson via email.
The idea seems to be that you can learn Chinese with just the click of a button. The app basically teaches you Chinese, and then you can take the lessons with your tablet or smartphone.
The problem is that the app does not seem to be working as promised. There were already two apps in China that claimed to be able to teach you Chinese, but they never started. If that’s not a failure, I don’t know what is.
I’m not sure how many of these apps are even registered in the country. I’ve also noticed that the only one that works is the one that claims to be an app, but it does not appear to be. A screenshot of the app’s description does not match the description provided by their developer.
It does not look like the app is getting attention outside of China itself. It claims to be the only Chinese translation app in the world, but I have yet to see it. Most of the Chinese translation apps are only for the Chinese version and do not actually translate the English version. I have been unable to translate a single Chinese word from the app, and I have yet to see any mention of a Chinese speaker using it.
In my opinion, it does not look like the app is getting any sort of official Chinese support. It does not seem like it is gaining any traction at all. Also, my Chinese is not good enough to translate most of the words in the description, so I am not sure if I am able to translate anything. If you are interested in seeing a Chinese-English translation of the app, I would suggest trying some other translation app.
I can see how disha app might get some mileage out of the app’s lack of official support. If you don’t speak Chinese or want to use some other translation app, you can download the app from the Android Market.
Disha is a “time-looping stealth-platformer” by the same developer as Arkane. The game will begin as a simple “time-looping stealth-platformer” that will eventually become a full game. You will be assigned a goal to accomplish by the end of the game, which will require you to move an object in the environment to make it go faster or kill an enemy.
The original app was already a big hit, and it was ported for iOS, so there is no way to get the app now. The game is free, but you can buy the game on Android for $4.99.
There are, however, plenty of apps that are free but require users to have Google Chrome or Safari installed. We don’t know if this is an app that will be on Google’s store or one that won’t be. But we’re not sure if using Chrome or Safari makes the game more or less difficult to play, so it will have to wait until later to get a full review.