Share Fluent Button
I told a friend I'd share Fluent with them but there isn't a share button or a link to your website on the app and I forgot your website URL. I think a share button would be a seamless way to increase product usage.
Pronounce the word when hover
The option to make Fluent pronounce the words when hover (maybe after 1 sec of hover). it's annoying to keep clicking the speaker icon every time
Different levels of difficulty
Some people might be just learning French. Basic words are more relevant to switch. For more fluent speakers, having harder words more-frequently highlighted would be great. Maybe make people take a 5 min test on install, or be able to take it anytime to test competency?
It would be great to see the different verb conjugations for a given tense when you hover over a conjugated or infinitive verb.
Option to remove the heart
I love that favorited words are available, but I find the little heart in the middle of the text annoying, and would like an option to disable this. This is because how I intend to use this is once I become familiar with a term, I will favorite it, such that slowly my entire browser eventually becomes French. Perhaps this is not possible, I am not too far with this program yet, but if I were to do achieve this as it is now, mon♡ texte♡ ressemble♡ à♡ ceci♡, and personally this is not preferable. (Although I would also just like to say that your suggestion system is quite admirable, and much credit is due -- the fact that I can have input like this, even if it may not come to fruition, is in and of itself the greatest feature of this service. Thanks for being cool! ^^ )
I am colorblind, and although I can tell the difference between the colors, this is difficult for me. It would be nice to have more options for colors to remedy this, or other indicators such as underlining, italicizing, bold formatting, etc. This might make the page a bit cluttered, but at least it is an option. And in my opinion, more customization is always better.
I find it easier to learn a language if the text to speech voice that I'm listening to is male. Men and Women speak differently enough in pitch that I sometimes struggle to speak words which contain unfamiliar sounds with only a Female voice as reference. This may sound like a minor complaint or, worse, be seen as some kind of politically incorrect misogyny. But, this issue causes cognitive friction for users and increases the time & difficulty of language learning. Because of this, I consider this a very real pain point that has a relatively simple fix.