As it says Exactly what I wanted. In simple terms if you want that strange assortment of bracketed letters and characters found near the description in the dictionary. Only downfall is the ads but wasn't enough for me to change the vote as it's exactly what I was after 20 apps before this were not
Unreliable at times I recommend this app only when you can read IPA and want to know how to pronounce certain words in one of the accents. American pronunciation doesn't match official sources. For example, it completely omits long vowels like /i:/.
I use to like this cause it's helping me with my pronunciation. But recently I always encounter "error occured while transcribing the text" which is very disappointing. I hope you can do something about it. The apps is very helpful. Thank you very much and God bless.
[ aɪ̯ æm wɛl pliːzd wɪθ ðɪs æp ] So, I am a 17-year-old American who has my myself studied the IPA (who else can say that?) and have been looking for something like this for quite a while! Just pair it with the Multiling O keyboard and you're all set on your Android device! The only issue is that I don't know any natives to the flat state of Iowa who often use the aveolar trill. Would I be correct in saying that the Iowan ar is [ ɚ̯ ] or [ ɹʷ ]?
Great app Only just downloaded but I did a test run and it seems very promising! Will definitely come back to give 5* after I've used it for a while and can confirm that it's 100% reliable :)
The best(please some developer can reply to me?) Very good, but could to do a comparison between American English and British English in same time, in same screen.
- improved linking R for special cases (British)
- added support for katakana output
- dictionary update
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