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This APP provides a unique and intuitive touch interface for exploring the International Phonetic Alphabet as well as numerous voice qualities and articulations. Simply press any symbol or label in the charts to see and hear an illustrative example. Test your knowledge by playing the random guessing games. Amazing laryngoscopic and ultrasound videos accompany sounds articulated in the throat! You can speed up and slow down all the video examples, view full-screen, and more! Press the INFO button on each screen to access additional information.
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This app exceeded my expectations. I got this app just because I wanted the audio for IPA sounds, but found videos which can have the playback edited, as well as a fun and helpful matching game. My only criticisms are minor, and those are: 1. The interface, though very functional, could benefit from some more organization (for instance, the matching game is not distinct from the general playback area, and only serves to as a tool for confirmation). 2. It would be nice to be able to be able to choice a language and have only those phonemes from that language be accessible, so as to make things more simple and goal-oriented. Also it would serve as a helpful visual. 3. It would be nice also to be able to loop videos, or to choose your own pair of videos to loop so that you can choose a contrast of sounds and really get to know the differences. However, these suggestions are minor, and this app does what it claims to do, and does it well.
This app is amazing. It has so many more sounds than a regular IPA app/chart. I really like being able to see the different views when the sound is being pronounced. I'm a linguistics major and I did use this frequently in my phonetics class. It really helped me memorize the less used and/or non-English sounds. The only problem I have is that if I zoom in to the consonant chart, it sometimes makes it so I can't press any of the characters in the bottom row. Other than that, it's a fantastic app!
Out of all the IPA apps available, this is definitely the one to get. It's very important when you're learning sounds to see the mouth and tongue as it is making the sound. This app shows clearly where the how to make the sound with your mouth and tongue. The sounds each have a very minor differences and these are clearly shown in a way not seen on other apps.
I saw a suggestion that the matching game have settings to only do phonemes from specific languages. I think that’d be excellent. I would go further and make settings to only use certain columns and rows; this would make it easier to begin memorizing for beginners like me. If well executed I would pay for an in app purchase for this functionality. Super thorough app! Especially for being free!
First I was a bit disappointed on seeing its rough user interfaces. It is not nice but not hard to use. But shortly later I was totally surprised by the number of phonetics it can pronounce. Not only this, the features about controlling the playback videos are extremely useful. Hard to image an indie app can have those features.
Developed by John Esling.
iPA Phonetics is ranking in Education & Medical
Last update was at Mar 11, 2019and the current version is 2.6.
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iPA Phonetics have a 40a user reviews.
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