@Emily nothing to do with the internet connection. It's basically the same problem that happened a while ago after an iOS update. Lingvist knew about it and eventually it was solved. That's why I'm assuming this latest problem is a result of last weeks latest iOS update.
We are aware of the audio issues on IOS 10, when you learn from the browser.
We are working on fixing it.
You can continue learning on our IOS app, where this issue does not happen.
We deployed yesterday one audio related fix to public which is supposed to fix multiple audio playback issues.
The issues mainly affected IOS 10 users.
Can you check today if you have had any improvements?
If not, then we will go back to drawing board to figure out the cause for your issue.
We identified one audio playback issue on the newly released code.
It seems that 1 card out of 10-20 does not play audio on Windows Chrome and possibly also on Safari, we haven't managed to reproduce it ourselves on Safari, but have seen few reports from users.
It seems to work fine on Firefox and Edge.
We are working on fixing the issue.
@Raul-Liive-lv I tried Mac Safari again, and the problem I described above is still there - complete shutdown of audio. Strangely, the TTS voice switches to another (French) male voice sometimes and then soon afterwards, all audio stops. I haven't tried other languages yet.