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I generally like this app quite a bit. It has a huge vocabulary, and good ways to study and learn the phrases and vocabulary. But, my wife who is Korean says that some of the translations are awkward, or antiquated. One of my complaints is that they don't tell you the part of speech of the English word, or which meaning of a word that has several meanings. For example, the word "present" can mean "gift", "now", or be used as a verb, meaning to give a speech or lecture. This app doesn't distinguish between these meanings, it just give the Korean equivalent of one of these meanings without telling you which one.
This is a great program that keeps getting better. The developers are always adding vocabulary and making improvements (updates are free). A big list of conjugated verbs is coming out in version 1.5, which should put the total word count at almost 3000 words. The spaced-repetition mode is the most useful. It tests you over your hardest words first, keeping track of how well you know each word. A big list of categories makes it easy to choose what words to focus on. Voice is tightly integrated into the program, along with several other handy features. Totally worth the $7.99 price tag.
At $15 this is a 3-star app. At $10, this becomes a 4-star app. I bought this at 15 so I'm giving a 3. Just a few things that don't make it 5 stars: 1. It really needs a quick-add "+" button to add a word to your customized flash card set WHILE you're browsing their category libraries. Currently, the only way to do this is to separately write down the words you want to add while studying, then click away and into your custom flash card set, then type in and add each word one at a time. This is time consuming and adding a single plus button would be a HUGE time saver. I can't imagine it being programmatically too difficult. 2. There are a few errors (wrong words or spelling), but not too many.
This was just the kind of app I was looking for for the ipod, and i appreciate the fact that you added in the audio. still, I get errors on a regular basis indicating that there is no voice file for a particular word. also 2000+ words is a good start, but for the price you are charging (quite a bit more than most applications in the app store) you should read offer a few times that number. There were many common words i have already discovered that don't exist in your list. Please continue the updates.
This is not a directed program so you are entirely on your own. You will not learn conversation, verb forms, or any of the things you need to learn a language. You can use this to learn vocabulary. But, that is all it's good for. If you are looking to learn Korean, don't buy this one. It's worthless. If you know Korean and want to expand your vocabulary, this can help, but it certainly isn't worth $10 because it does not do what it purports to do, teach you Korean. It's not even a good dictionary unless you just want a simple word lookup. Recommendation: Don't buy.
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Learn Korean - AccelaStudy® is ranking in Education & Travel
Last update was at Apr 18, 2019and the current version is 3.8.0.
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