Morse Elmer is an app to help you learn Morse Code. Morse Elmer uses two well established methods to help you learn: The Koch Method and Farnsworth spacing. As you train Morse Elmer keeps track of your results, graphing them so you can monitor your progress. With Morse Elmer on your iOS device you'll have the tools to train whenever you want and the more frequently you train the quicker you'll become proficient.
Learn more at: http://morseelmer.blogspot.com/
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Thanks for using Morse Elmer! After a long wait I hope you approve of the following features added in this version:
Basic QSO Capability
Dropbox access to files for training
Exaggerate spacing between words in files only
Graduated WPM training speed.
Added a switch on the Results tab that will show the last character transmitted.
Please use the feedback section on the Settings tab to let me know what you think of Morse Elmer.
Ratings and Reviews
No longer supported?
I can’t seem to get in contact with the developer. Both the in-app link and the app link to support is dead. The app itself is great, easy to navigate, very intuitive, the practice sets are well thought out and organized to get you up to speed quickly. But there is a volume level issue whether using the headphone jack or linking by BT. It is extremely low, perhaps a result of several iOS updates since it was authored. The developer needs to update the app to be compatible with the current version of iOS.
Great app for learning. Easy interface, all the customization options you need to tailor the way you learn, great documentation.
Two bugs: it drops the last character in the sequence when reporting results, and it doesn't override the sleep function on the phone so it keeps timing out unless I poke the screen while I'm practicing. Otherwise flawless app.
Pen and Paper Required?
I was hoping this app would let you type in what you copy and then automatically score the results. Sadly, you will need to cary a pad of paper and pen with you anytime you want to practice. Then, you will need to manually score your results. Please consider adding a keyboard entry mode during training!
Otherwise, the app does what it says on the tin and appears to work great.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.