The Kwak'wala language app is a media-rich bilingual dictionary and phrase collection comprised of words and phrases archived at the online Aboriginal language database FirstVoices.com. Word and phrase definitions are illustrated with audio recordings, and images. Users can generate their own thematically organized flashcards and bookmark words or sentences to create their own lists.
improved image handling
Ratings and Reviews
Words can't express how cool this is. I wasn't expecting the voice recordings, but they are there (not to mention in relatively fine quality, given that I listened to the pronunciations through the iPod speaker--not headphones).
In terms of the written transcriptions, I was delighted to see that ejective and stress markers are easily distinguishable (even if they weren't the recordings should help in that regard). Otherwise, it's not all-out IPA transcription, but it's close and easy enough to understand in context or with the help of recordings (for example underlined "a" is a reduction/schwa).
Overall, this is just a delightful app for anyone even remotely interested in the language!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.