3 Big disasters 1st_Seems that it's just waiting for me to tap on the back button on the screen and then hooorayyyi, it escapes out!! 2nd_there's no way to know where in the test you are, so it becomes exhausting sometimes 3rd_No history! No way to know your mistakes and weaknesses in the past! But after these all, your app is still great, I have to admit.
Very good but I found this app very useful to learn those bloody phrasal verbs so difficult for foreigners. I'd suggest the developer working on what happen when the Android's back button is pressed. Currently it causes the app to close so as you end up on the previous app used or the home screen. This is not very convenient when I want to simply switch between study and browse for example. Thanks for this good app though!
Confusing navigation! This back button problem is really annoying! For iPhone it's maybe OK but Android phones have back buttons and they should properly work! Almost everybody mentioned that in comments but no progress... Shame on you developers!
Excellent, but not perfect (somewhere in between 4.6 and 5). In my opinion, there are several things for future improvement: 1. must have for implementation а. In the app's screen "Progress" it's going to be useful to have some way to obtain the list of PHaVE which you have already studied(for example by tapping on number of assimilated words ("high", "medium" and "low"). b. The frequency of PHaVE is different so maybe it's more useful to study most frequent first or add for example special list something like 25/50/100 or 150 of most frequent PHaVE. 2 maybe for implementation(this could seriously change game mechanics) In some point of your study, you remember the combination of words/letters (there are only two training sentences for one phrasal verb) it could be useful to add extra letters in "Unscramble", extra words in "Lost for words" and extra sentences (without disclosing them in card of phrasal verb).
Great app!!!! I have learned a lot phrasal verbs with this application. Many of them I have seen in movies and conversations with native speaker. Thanks whoever came up with the idea of this application. I have to mention that the system used in this app makes learning easy and fun.
Spelling mistakes In the explanation of laugh at the verb giggle is misspelt. All techie aspects are key but spelling is basic. It is THE thing to improve.