Morse Mania: Learn Morse Code

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About this game

Morse Mania is a fun and educational game that helps you master the Morse code by advancing through 270 exciting levels in either audio, visual or vibration mode.

In both the receiving and sending modes, the app starts with the easiest letters (E and T) and moves to more complicated ones. Once you master all the letters, it teaches you numbers and other symbols, and then proceeds to Prosigns, Q-codes, abbreviations, words, Callsigns, phrases and sentences.


- 135 levels teach you to recognize (receive) 26 Latin letters, numbers, 18 punctuation marks (NEW!), 20 non-Latin extensions (NEW!), procedure signs (prosigns), Q-codes, most popular abbreviations, words, callsigns, phrases and sentences.
- Another 135 levels teach and train you to send the Morse code.
- 5 output modes: audio (default), blinking light, flashlight, vibration and light + sound.
- 7 different keys for sending Morse code (e.g. iambic key).
- 52 challenge levels test and consolidate your knowledge.
- Custom level: create your own level to practice symbols of your choice. Save your own list of symbols and load anytime (NEW).
- Smart learning: custom level choice is pre-populated with symbols where you made the mistakes most recently.
- Support for external keyboard.
- Hints (for free!) when you need help.
- Explore mode: if you want to hear the symbols, or see a list of prosigns, Q-codes & other abbreviations and hear their sound representation.
- 4 themes to choose from, from bright to dark.
- 9 different keyboard layouts: QWERTY, AZERTY, QWERTZ, ABCDEF, Dvorak, Colemak, Maltron, Workman, Halmak.
- Randomize letter/symbol positions for each level (to ensure you're not just learning the position of the symbols on the keyboard).
- Absolutely no ads.
- Works completely offline.

Completely customize the app:

- Adjustable speed: from 5 to 45 WPM (words per minute). Less than 20 is not recommended though, as it doesn't help you to actually learn the language.
- Adjustable sound frequency: 400 to 1000 Hz.
- Adjustable Farnsworth speed: from 5 to 45 WPM. Determines how long are the spaces between letters.
- Adjustable difficulty level for sending the Morse code.
- Disable/enable the progress circle in Settings.
- Settings for progress speed, review time, time pressure and lives in challenges.
- Setting for background noise: to better support some Bluetooth earphones that keep disconnecting from the phone while you play, or just to make it more challenging.
- Ability to jump to the past levels to revise, or skip some if you're already familiar with certain characters.
- Ability to reset mistakes and levels.

Read our dedicated blog posts to get the most out of the game.
Have any comments, questions or advice? Don't hesitate to email us, we'll reply right away!

Have fun learning!
Updated on
Apr 9, 2022

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17.3K reviews
Ezra Bland
July 22, 2022
it is a good and educational game, however i would like to report either a major accessibility issue or a bug: the option to change what format the output is in (visual, audio, or flashlight morse code) is a premium feature. this is a major issue for people who are hard of hearing and want to learn morse code. other than that, the game is fun and fairly easy while still being engaging, and when the issue gets fixed i will change my rating to 5 stars.
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Kimber Pearce
August 4, 2022
I really like the layout of the app. It works really well. Kind of like a really smooth DuoLingo. However you have to pay for everything. It gets increasingly annoying. I wanted to learn to send morse as much as understand hearing it, but sending is part of one of the paid bundles. By itself, the free stuff is barely worth downloading.
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Dong Digital
August 5, 2022
Hi Kimber, with the free version you can learn to receive all the letters and send some of the letters. Morse Mania indeed has lots of content but if you’re not crazy about Morse code, I believe learning the letters is enough. Therefore I made it free for everyone. I decided to make it an ad-free app and the in-app purchase is how I make a living.
Kevin Zhang
August 9, 2022
I found a bug and decided to report it after I finished all the levels(free ones 🙂 so at the beginning of a level, reveiving ones, the first half of the sound is always missing until I play it again. Miner bug but really annoying also not 5 stars because the paid level, which is like most of the game.(please add some ways I can play the full game for free
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What's new

- 18 punctuation marks are added for both Receiving and Sending levels and challenges
- 20 non-Latin extensions in various languages (German, French, Polish, Spanish, etc.) are added for both Receiving and Sending levels and challenges
- in Custom mode, now you can create your own list of symbols for practice and save the list and load it anytime you want
- more organised content for easy access
- visual representation of the prosigns & abbreviations
- bug fixes and UI & UX improvements