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This is the best application for learning the Arabic alphabet that I have come across. I like its clarity and simplicity, along with sufficient examples, including useful audio. Visually the application design is clean and uncluttered. I would give five stars, but the issue is that the audio has stopped working. I have tried uninstalling and re-installing, but still have the same problem. If this bug can be fixed, the application will be perfect.
Unbelievable application but the listen button keeps on not working whilst I'm using the app. It will work at first and then stop working for no reason. Phone volume is fine and on loud, tried with and without headphones etc so it's definitely not my phone. Please allow me know how to change this?
Ive been using the www service and downloaded the application and its great. It's helped me loads. No idea why people are complaining about the crashes as it's working flawlessly on my Samsung smartphone and Moto g phone as well as on my HTC work phone.
I have used the online website before. The content is great. Tried the app, but it stops audio after a short while, restarting the application does not work. Have to reset mobile, but that too only works for few minutes. I am using a Xiaomi phone. May be its better in Samsungs and IPhones :(
This is a solid 5 star app. I've downloaded over 10 apps for learning the alphabet but this is the ONLY application that is truly effective. The application teaches the letters gradually and provides numerous practice words in flashcard form that only use the letters already taught, so you obtain an intense drilling. It is surprisingly hard to search these 'simple' words for practice (my human teacher couldn't). Don't bother with the Alif Baa book ($20-30), you just need this app. The low ratings appear to be from random folks whose application was incompatible with their phone - it doesn't reflect on the application quality. One suggestion would be to provide an option to turn on/off the randomization of the practice words in Step 3, rather than create it the default. Also it would be amazing to let switching to Step 1 for a fast check, then switching back to Step 3 without the word changing.
I haven't used it in a while now that I'm in somewhat of an immersion course, but it was amazing on my desktop. I realized I could re-rate this mobile application and apologize to Sarah for not figuring it out sooner. Hoping my son can use it for our next trip to the Middle East. He got the hang of the first couplet of lessons on the website. Amazing tool. Also, Sarah was really helpful when I was having problems with the phone app. So A+ customer Service!
I really like this EXCEPT as others have said, the letters are lined up left to right when they should be right to left also when dotting the characters they dot them from left to right which is wrong. It seems little but imagine someone teaching you to write the letter j by starting from the bottom. Other than that I have not been more impressed with an Arabic teaching app.
I liked that the application allows you to practice listening and writing Arabic letters, in fact, it also allows you to compare the letter you traced with the original. However, it does not tell you wether you did it correctly or not. Also, lots of adds pop up and this can be distracting.