Eliminate mistakes reading letters and numbers by using phonetic words instead.
For example, "TUNA" becomes "Tango Uniform November Alpha". Spelling Alphabet includes all letters and numbers according to the NATO phonetic alphabet.
• Quickly translate serial numbers, email addresses, entire words and more.
• One click to copy the translation to the clipboard.
• One click to have it spoken aloud.
• View the entire spelling alphabet in a convenient chart.
• Customize some of the words for region specific preferences.
• Always available in the menubar.
We offer quick and easy support. If you have any issues, please email us and we will usually get back to you within 1-2 business days or sooner.
[New] Spelling Alphabet is now completely free!
[New] Completely redone to be accessible in the menu bar and run in in the background.
[New] Support for macOS 10.14 including the Dark/Light modes.
Ratings and Reviews
Small, fast and exactly what you need when upgrading your flights or asking for status
Great little app, nothing to crazy, but super helpful if you have to work thru automated systems. Get info over the phone on case files and other things.
as a ham radio operator, this app is amazingly simple and it’s a fun way to remember all the letterings phonetically.
great application and it’s even fun to stump your friends who may or may not be as knowledgeable about the code as you are. peace and blessings in jesus name.
Genuinely Useful, but Speech & Pronunciation Flawed
Great for people who only occasionally use the NATO phonetic alphabet. Useful for communicating serial numbers, model numbers, and other information required by technical support for products and services, just to cite one use.
The speech-synthesized voice has little value. It speaks far too slowly. The pronunciation is not correct. For example, in th NATO alphabet, “Lima” is pronounced “LEE-MAH.” This application pronounces it “LIE-MAH.” “Oscar” should be pronounced “OSS-CAH.” This program pronounces it “AW-SKER.” Instead of pronouncing “Victor” as “VIK-TAH,” per the NATO pronunciation, it pronounces it “VIK-TOR.” There are other examples, but suffice it to say that it’s just wrong and misleading.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.