The new app has been submitted!

Say hello to Morse Trainer! It’s my new app for people interested in practicing their Morse code reception.  You can choose to have it play a sentence from a random Wikipedia page or from the Twitter public feed.  Pick one of four sending speeds and practice your Morse-to-Text translation!  After translating a sentence, show the original text.  How did you do?

Here’s what it looks like:

I’ll let you know when it becomes available on the App Store.

And the price?  Free, of course.  Maybe someday I’ll make a little money on iPhone programming.  In the meantime, I’m just glad to contribute.

3 Responses to “The new app has been submitted!”

  1. Ken Carr Says:

    I really enjoy using Morse Trainer. I use it on an iPad that has wifi only, no 3G.
    Would it be possible to create an option where the app will do a batch download of text from Wikipedia and then save the files? That way if the app determines that there is no connection to the Internet it can offer the user the option of using a cached text file as the “QSO” source. This way practice could take place even if no signal is available.
    Thanks for creating and making available such a truly useful and fun app.
    Ken … KB1AWV

  2. Ken Carr Says:

    I am getting an error report. Morse Trainer is downloading some programming text from Wikipedia rather than an article. Do you know what is happening? A copy of the message / text is below:

    random article redirects to a random article in a category.

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by  in /home/erwin85/public_html/randomarticle.php on line 156 at Sun, 03 Jul 2011 16:25:08 +0000.

  3. Ken Carr Says:

    Michalel … Thanks for quickly fixing Morse Trainer. It is by far one of the best apps I have. My head copy of code is actually improving!

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