It can be much better by simply listing the phrases first or adding an option to see it. I don't really like learning by trying which answer is good. Correct response dissapers immediately so I even don't know at the end what it was.
Rubbish : just learn by guessing, and terrible new effort at Romanisation, including no Thai alphabet. Uninstalled
Among the dozen of applications i tried for learning Thai in the 5 years i was learning so far, this one is outstanding. And that also without ads sponsoring! Thanks so much, i really enjoy this one. And there are still so many lessons to take. I like this style of romanisation for it's phonetic coherence (it is to say, there are as many versions of romanisation of Thai letters as there are authors, and the version of the international phonetic association is the worst of all...), but i would add umlauts too. (i.e. for a in bag write ä, for u in turn write ö,...) I bet the creator of this application is very aware that life is different in Thailand compared to elsewhere, and that this is clearly to see in the language too. Although at some words the translations could be improved by focusing less on the anglocentric worldview (a mistake some other language learning app developers did rather extremely, particularly those who provide multiple language pairs.) For example the words "yes" and "no" are not so much used in asian languages, might be regarded a bit rude and the meaning might be ambiguous. It is not common in Thailand to answer a question with yes, except when asked to answer with yes or no. I emphasize this point not only because it is narrowing the quality of the translation, it also leads to cultural erosion of the less popular languages. And in the shadow of a thick Oxford Dictionary, there is nurtured the illusion of a static, unflexible language... Another point that can be improved, is to replace the synthetic voice with real voice recordings with different voices for male and female speakers. (it matters with the different polite particle words of the Thai language if the speaker is male or female)
Best free Thai learning app there is! Superb & very addictive.