Needs Mic Sensitivity Slider This app needs a slider to control mic sensitivity. My mic is too sensitive and ambient noise triggers spurious recognition. I'd like to turn the app's sensitivity down until only taps with a fingertip guitar pick can trigger it using a tap/gap scheme where gap between taps replaces tone length. There might be an app for simple mic adjustment but I can't find it.
Only works under limited conditions. I tested it on a slow, repeating signal in my area. I didn't have control over the threshold or the speed, and the program didn't figure them out on its own, so it kept truncating letters or listening to static. Otherwise, it's a neat idea. It probably works with faster hams and/or clearer signals.
Useless Great at generating the letter E with no input sounds, can sometimes do an N as well. Other than that it's a waste of time
It works! I tried one that cost and that didn't work. This free one does. A no brainer which one I'll stick with.
Touchy, missing punctuation I found this app to be inferior to the free Morse Code Reader. I tested with perfect noiseless generated code and it just couldn't lock in and decode. It failed completely on most punctuation. Sorry but I got a refund.
BETTER THAN A DEDICATED CODE READER This app is terrific and works better than my MFJ Pocket CW Reader. There are no controls to tweak, you just turn it on, put it near a radio receiving CW (Morse Code) and it works! It cannot decode weak signals lost in static but if you can get a signal that's stronger than the static, even by a little, it works very well. It does have a tendency to display random characters, especially the "+" and "=" signs when not locked on to a strong signal. Overall, I give it four stars for ease-of-use, accuracy, type and size of font and nice screen display with a little signal strength gauge. It gets a fifth star because it's free! I would be willing to pay for this app and I would highly recommend it to people considering installing it.