Fab Phonics version 1 has now been released, and is available on the Apple app store, Google Play and the Amazon app store. It has been built with the aid of local teachers and aims to get children learning their sounds, and specifically how to blend them into words.
For those who find that the accent is not to their liking it is even possible to record the words and sounds used in the app yourself so that you hear it in your own voice.
I hope that this will really help kids get that start they need with learning to read.
LineLearner 6 for Android has now been released. This brings the Android version into line with the iOS version, and provides the ability for sharing of scripts between users on both devices.
This release has been a complete re-write from the ground up, and includes lots of new features including.
- Assigning lines to parts
- Sharing & backup
- More playback options
- Loading PDFs of script
I hope that you enjoy this new version.
LineLearner for Android version 6 is now in Beta testing. If you or any of your friends would like to try out the new version, which was a complete rewrite from the ground up full of lots of new features then send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
LineLearner version 6 for iOS has now been released. This adds a host of new functionality to the app, with lots of options for collaboration between actors amongst many other new features.
The new version for Android is now in development.
The latest app from AlldayApps, You’re the best, is now available from the App Store and Google Play store.
This app is just what you need if you need a bit of encouragement to get yourself going. And, as well as encouraging yourself you can use it to encourage a friend too, but sending them a message.
If you want some encouragement, give it a go.
There is now a beta version of LineLearner available if anyone would like to give it a go. The only area still to be completed are the help pages, but they will come in this week.
If anyone would like to give it a try then please let me know via the contact form, and I will add you to the beta program.
We now have a new version of LineLearner in development. Lots of exciting new features are going into it, as well as some fixes to the navigation. It will be initially launched for iOS, and then an Android version should follow on shortly afterwards.
Some people have asked why Android always comes out after the iOS version, and the simple reason is that the development environment for Android is much harder to use, so I like to get the app sorted so that I know what it is doing in iOS, and then just copy it across into Android.