Morse Trainer

3.1
210 reviews
50K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

With this app, you can learn how to transmit Morse code. There are as many as 100 learning levels and 15 different transmitting speeds.
Updated on
Jul 15, 2018

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3.1
210 reviews
A Google user
November 5, 2018
Not bad and has potential. It would be better if the input used your normal keyboard instead of drawing its own, the app's keyboard doesn't give quick feedback. Also the long string of characters already typed isn't necessary. The feedback just needs be what you pressed, and the answer immediately if correct, or after 2 attempts if incorrect. The next big improvements would be to add a timer so you could consistently practice for a set number of minutes, then a record of your practices, settings included, so you could see how much you were progressing.
15 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
January 22, 2019
It's not a bad trainer but I do have issues with the recognition of my inputs. I'll go to tap out something and it refuses to enter anything and just says "Fail" and I'll fight it for a few seconds and then just wait. Then it'll be fine for a few minutes and acts back up. Note 9
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Kat Cuccia
May 7, 2021
This app is great for learning how to speak (tap?) morse code. It's not as great for learning how to recognize it. I wish there was a practice mode that didn't tell you what the word it was spelling was, it only presented audio, and you would type in the letters/words it played for you. It's hard to practice like that on my own because I already know what letters I'm tapping, so recognizing them is pointless.
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What's new

Added practice mode