Must for HAM Radio. Code may have been removed but if your serious and ever expect to do anything with ham you need morse. Psk31 may work but morse is still the most resilient and best performing code over extreme distances. The increase level learning of this app is great and lets you learn at your own pace and challenge level. Oh BTW for the receiving portion before you start go to the front page of the app and go to option and lower the morsing speed to around 3-8 until you get better. 15wpm can be overwhelming starting out
Excellent trainer Already got A-M memorised in a couple of days. Some suggestions: as the levels increase: (a) slowly decrease the time the correct 'ding' is shown; (b) increase the frequency of the 'new' letters compared to the ones already learned; and for the last 5 or so levels, preview the next letter to prepare for the speed with which you need to sequence letters to make words. When incorrect, the colour stays red instead of returning to white to know you can try again.
Good. Can improve. For one who knows nothing about Morse code, starting without any hint doesn't help. The handbook is there but the user has to switch to it to look, then go back to the exercise. For the very beginner there should be an option to display the letter being practiced, at least for some seconds, right on the practice area. Still, a great app.
Great! I knew nothing about morse code. Downloaded it last night, and now I can most of the alphabet. The trick is to start with only one letter (look it up in the handbook), and train that letter until you know it, then add another letter, check it up in the handbook, and do that until you've "unlocked" the whole alphabet. I don't get people who say they find it hard to train with this app ("because you'd have to check up the Handbook all the time"), but that's because they maybe try to learn the whole alphabet at once. Pls, do it in baby steps, like I did, and you'll actually learn pretty fast.
Please work on providing a morse code keyboard The system of tapping out morse code using the paddle system that you have in this trainer is very good. I have tried out other morse code trainers and none of them have come upto the mark so far. Since you already have a good system of accepting morse code into your trainer, the next logical step would be to provide a keyboard with the same sytem. It will be a hit, I guarantee it!
BIG PROBLEM //p.s. Learn one letter at a time Starting with... E, T, A, O, I, N, S, R, H, D, L, U, C, M, F, Y, W, G, P, B, V, K, X, Q, J, Z, 1, ect...// Amazing trainer, and testing, the ONLY reason I want to learn Morris Code is to make input to my phone faster, more reliable, and not have to look at the screen as I type. This program teaches and lets you do that! BUT, Only in that program, need to add a one button keyboard into the program so it can be used with other programs!
- Removed unused buttons
- Fixed apostrophe to have the correct code
- Reduced file size
-Disabled rotation of the interface as the app is not meant to be rotated. Several people were referencing it as an issue for other bugs and so the easiest fix is to disable it.
-Altered the options menu's formatting to prevent buttons from being pushed off the bottom of the screen.