LineLearner lite helps you to learn up to 10 lines as quickly and easily as you learn a catchy song.
LineLearner lite enables you to record scripts scenes from plays and then it allows you to listen to the full recording while you learn your part. You can then select to leave gaps in the recording for you to speak your part aloud. A prompt button is there to remind you of your line if you forget.
You can choose to repeat individual scenes or the whole play.
With line learner you can record your script, and share it with others, who can record their lines, and share them back, giving you the ability to rehearse together even when apart.
If you need to learn more lines we recommend the full version of LineLearner or upgrade in the app.
Added assistance for getting character selection correct
Ratings and Reviews
I have used this (well, the full version, which I added as an in-app purchase) for four shows and I really don’t know what I’d do without it! I recommend just buying the full version, even if you try this version first, rather than just upgrading. Frankly, the interface is a little clunky but the functionality is perfect, and adjust as you move from just listening, to learning, to practicing, including speeding things up so you’re really on your game.
You can only enter ten lines. When you try to add another it asks if you want to upgrade.
Great app...ugly, primitive UI
Functionally, this is awesome. There isn’t another app (that I can find) like this.
It’s not entirely intuitive but thumbs up to the developer for including concise instructions. Once explained, it was pretty easy to setup with only a little confusion.
It would be helpful if I could Scrub through the lines. With time markers. I have a lot of monologues and need to rewind as I go along. I will have to just re-record my lines in installments to achieve this. The tortoise and hair thing is fairly useless for me. And there’s no way to tell what the normal speed is once you move it.
And the app needs an ability to skip back and forth between lines.
The Scene Headers need to respond to touch. It took me some time to figure out the Scene was engaged and ready for me to record. But because the app did nothing when I tapped it, I wasted time trying to figure out why it wasn’t working. Thought that maybe the app had frozen...
The graphics, colors, font and layout are very unattractive. It’s cluttered. When I opt to see the scene index, the app can’t even display the full text.
It would be nice to have a couple different avatars or at least the ability to choose different colors for each character. I’ve tapped the wrong character a few times when recording. Their names are so small in the font, it be even easier to identify them also by their own assigned color.
Because of the extra steps caused by this app’s limitations, I have to take. I really could just use one of the more robust recording apps that offers file organization to achieve the same.
The Character feature really is what sets the app apart the most from others, but at the end of the day that feature isn’t entirely essential. Not that I don’t appreciate it, because I do! But the really essentially parts of this app are what really need some extra attention and improvement.
But, it is a good app. A good start, for sure!
- Peter Allday
- 4.2 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © AlldayApps 2010
- In-App Purchases
- Full version upgrade $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.