Congratulations Thai Script Android App for passing 50000 total installs! Giddyup!
I’ve just open sourced Koren to github https://github.com/chatch/Koren
I plan to make some enhancements over the next couple of months. These are on the issues list at https://github.com/chatch/Koren/issues
They include adding the phrase data to the results, keeping a history of lookups that can be exported or reinvoked and allowing words not in the dictionary to be searched for online.
I’ve just added a demo video of Pocket Hangeul to the Play listing and YouTube.
You can check it out below:
Pocket Hangeul is now available. This tool will let you master the Hangeul and kick start your Korean studies.
A complete catalog of consonant and vowel sounds with native Korean pronunciation is included. Phonetic transcription in the Korean Ministry of Culture and Tourism standardised form appears below each letter. Phonetic details can be toggled on/off to help memorising. Additionally select between the typefaces Dotum and Batang.
Use the Memoriser feature to drill and learn by using one or all of the modes of speaking, writing, reading and listening. Select one or more sets of Jamo (Hangeul symbols) to drill at a time.
The Pairs feature will help you distinguish between similar sounding sounds like ㄱ,ㄲ,ㅋ.
Head over to Google Play and check it out. I will be posting a demo video in the next couple of days.
Send me any queries, feedback, problems and feature requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
An improved version of the Thai Script app is now available in Google Play.
Improvements over the free version are:
- Speaking Mode – record and compare
- Consonant word meanings added
- Consonant phonetic in Thai added
- Consonant order corrected
- NO Ads
- Vowel component parts colored
- Numbers 10, 11, 12, 20, 21, 22, etc.
- Numbers 100, 1000, 10000, 100000, 1000000
- Hide details on charts
- Memoriser toolbar added
- Action Bar navigation
Check out the demo video below and download it from Google play here.
Any queries, problems or feedback please send to email@example.com
Hanzipad BETA is now online at http://hanzipad.com. Mandarin Chinese language students please give it a try in your Firefox or Chrome browser. Paste Hanzi into the text box and click Go.
Hanzipad annotates the Hanzi with the definition and tones and provides tools for managing words and readings. You can manage word tags from the My Words view. Click ‘Save this text’ to add the text to your My Texts list so it is available to read again.
Any features you’d like to see implemented, questions on usage or bugs seen please send em to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment here. Cheers. 🙂
Koren is a simple offline Korean and English bi-directional dictionary.
Search for an exact word match by clicking the Exact button. To get all matches that contain a substring of English or Hangul click the Contains button. Click Each on a Hangul word to search of each hangul character in the word in isolation.
I will be improving this over the coming months. Check it out and please post any feedback here or in the play store.