Good but some assembly required I needed an app to help beginning ESL students learn to write the letters of the English alphabet. After quite a bit of searching, I downloaded this one. It allows the student to trace each letter onscreen, starting with upper case, then lower. Some of the audio samples are unpleasantly harsh. Luckily, the app allows me to create my own. This app appears to be a work in progress but it's designed well enough that fine tuning is not a big job. Updates will make it better. Developer welcomes comments.
No letter menu but no annoying stroke order Don't like that I can't select a letter-- has to be gone through in order. Nice it doesn't insist on a particular order of strokes. So many similar apps do and they are usually an annoying order.
works great for asian languages wow what a cute little app. it has no sound to pronounce the alphabet so you have the locals look at it and have them record the sound of the alphabet. really easy to do. so it keeps their recordings on it. That is very nice. I love it good job thank you so much for this wonderful app.
Devanagari in an hour! Great application, if you have no idea how to write the Hindi-alphabet syllables. I have no pronunciation in my app - and I have been wondering for some time now whether it should have been there - but I have leant quickly and easily how to write the syllables, and that's what counts for me. Thanks a lot!
No longer works Needs to be updated to enable use on devices without a hardware menu key. I can't use it at all, because neither my tablet nor my phone has a menu key, and I'm stuck with the Roman alphabet, unable to change it to devanagari. There is no soft menu either. I have checked both my S5 and my Tab Pro 8.4, and emailed you screenshots of both. As it stands, the app, which I really really like is useless to me, since I don't need to learn the only alphabet it will let me access, the Roman one.
Nice idea, poor execution It's really a great idea, very useful for English ... only I don't need to learn English. There needs to be improvements on the other languages, like adding more functions like demonstrating correct stroke order and definitely sounds of the letters. I'm trying to learn bengali, and this didn't help too much.
Fixed for different screen sizes
Added zoom support to show the trace on any screen size.
Fixed Korean font. Next button will be disabled when showing the last letter and previous button will be disabled for first letter. Added Gujarati, Oriya, Malayalam support. Updated fonts. Added options for sharing, recommending, rating. Added a welcome screen. Changed default colors to look like a board.
Spoken, situation based English to Kannada reference for non-kannadiga speakers.
A fun, easy and engaging way to teach your child Malayalam, Aksharamala.