Morse Code

Morse Code
$1.29
67 reviews
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Publisher

David J Kelley

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Download size

< 1 MB

Last updated

1/7/2011

Version

1.9.0.0

Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5
  • Windows Phone 7

App requires

  • owner identity
  • microphone
  • data services
  • phone dialer
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Morse Code is a code application for transmitting, receiving and transcoding morse code, via text/character based transcoding or light transmission using the screen and sound. You can enter characters and its translated to morse code, you can key in morse code using a double paddle system or typing english and in either case said code can be transmitted via sound or text and/or light.  The application includes references and other morse code related functionality including saving and managing a library of per-saved code text ready to send on command.  From the reference card you can also transmit alpha numeric characters as practice.  Also a new feature that will be added shortly is sound processing and the ability for the app to listen to morse code and decode it.  Currently a beta version of the sound trancoding is in the app for testing and trying it out.
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Reviews

  • by Carlos 7/16/2014
    Muy bueno
  • by Marcus 3/2/2014
    Awesomeness
  • by User 8/18/2013
    Need a few more try's before buying, please.
  • by User 4/30/2013
    Great
  • by esteban 4/5/2013
    Amazing!
  • by Tom 1/18/2013
    Excellent
  • by Kino 1/7/2013
    Very reliable and stable. An app. like this should be a standard pre-install on every mobile device.
  • by Martin 1/4/2013
    Good ap
  • by huang 12/28/2012
    Cool app
  • by De-De 12/10/2012
    I really like this app. I appreciate the many different functions and am finally learning Morse code! Only frustration at all is that I find I have to input more slowly than I'd like in order to keep letters separate when inputting my own dots and dashes to text, but that's a minor problem compared to how much I'm gaining from using the many features.