You can only access half of the keys, so it's really not very useful to install the free version. The reading function reads out the word letter by letter, not like the word itself. And done characters are displayed incorrectly, like the bilabial trill, which should *not* be a simple capital B. Altogether, this one is pretty poor.
Meh Agree with Sr Abril - shareware trial, not ANYthing ‘lite‘. If I could put it through its paces I would... Shame - neat idea, but I‘m blowed if I‘m spending the money to see whether it does anything useful.
Too limited This is less a lite version and more of a shareware trial. You can only access a small fraction of the IPA symbols. It's not the prettiest or the most intuitive program, but it does nag you to buy the full version, which is far too expensive. Instead of the limitations, they should make the program fully usable as a text editor but not as a keyboard. Thus those who want the keyboard would buy it, and those who want to try it out can actually type whole words.
Deceiving, annoying waste of time On top of agreeing totally with Michael April, I add that the Tuah Eiwa review looks like a troll: "Use this if u want to learn how to pronounce a word". It pronounces single phonems, not words (at least I coudn't find a way to pronounce a word). Free youtube and wikipedia are easier and better for me than this app. How can Tuah Eiwa review get the 3rd best rating? Aren't trolls also the ratings? Does this mean that this company uses trolls?
I won't be buying No access to half the keyboard without buying the full version, including all voiced consonants. Terrible "lite" version; I have no idea of the functionality of the app and so won't be buying the full version.
Useless The 'lite' version might as well just be a picture of the keyboard. Everyone was right, shareware. What a joke.
+Added enable/disable software keyboard button on the menu bar.
+Removed a few characters from the keyboard as they are already available in Android's keyboard.
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