Cursive Writing HD
By Jiwoo Studio
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"Cursive Writing HD” is an useful application for all ages who are taking their first step into learning cursive writing.
This app is very easy and fun to use.
It provides not only letter by letter but 234 words, which show the users how individual(lower and upper case) letters are combined into words and sentences.
If you are looking for a cursive writing app, then look no further.
- Learn to write both upper-case and lower-case letters A to Z.
- Each letter will be shown the way to trace it.
- Stroke guidelines and pronunciation of each letter are provided.
- Practice connecting the letters together
- Type any sentences you want and practice writing them.
“Practice makes perfect !!!”
What's New in Version 1.4
- writing practice view added
Undo Previous Stroke for Eraser Button
My little brother really likes this app. He gets engaged and loves learning how to write new letters every time. However, since he is just knowing how to write he does tend to make a lot of mistakes. It does sometimes frustrate him how every time he wants to erase his mistakes and fix it the eraser tool basically erases the whole page also. It would really make the app better if the eraser tool would just erase and undo the previous stroke that was written instead of erasing the entire page.
Great for adults and kids!
I am excited to use this with both my kids (who don't learn cursive in school) and with my stroke patients at work who are learning to write again and benefit from all fine motor practice!
Good App & Worth Getting
I was seeking an app that had cursive letters to trace to improve my handwriting.
Right away I sensed my writing improving and felt compelled to write something positive here.
The letters seem to be built up from basic script strokes. As I traced the letters I found myself repeating the same movements.
This gave my writing a "flow", which is exactly what I was seeking.
This a basic app, with graphics reminiscent of the kind of books I traced back in second grade almost a half-century ago. Its appeal is in the subtle attention to detail.