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Dah Dit - Morse Code Tutor artworkDah Dit - Morse Code Tutor
Nifty Stuff Labs

Genre:Education
Price: $1.99
Release Date: April 15, 2009

Want to learn the art of communicating with morse code?

Dah Dit is your iPhone and iPod Touch companion for learning and sharing all things morse code!

• Learn morse code during workouts, walks and chores by listening to the code along with the spoken character names.

• Follow along with the progressive tutorial which introduces new letters, numbers and punctuation as you master the morse code character set.

• Practice keying morse code by tapping out messages on your iPhone or iPod touch.

• Challenge yourself as you advance by copying entire words from a built-in 1,000 common word list.

• Share your morse code mastery with others via e-mail. If your friends also have Dah Dit, they can copy your messages "blind" as they listen to your messages and even compose replies.


We want to hear from fellow morse code enthusiasts! E-mail us feedback@niftystufflabs.com to share your thoughts for improvements.

Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or greater.

© Copyright 2009 Nifty Stuff Labs

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