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If you're interested in learning Morse code, you may prefer
to exercise with an application on your iPod Touch. Samuel Morse invented the
code in 1836 as a means to send messages as electrical impulses sent through
telegraph lines, with each letter of the alphabet, represented by dots and
dashes, or short and long pulses. Apple iPod touch has a touch screen, making
it suitable for learning to play in dots and dashes of Morse code. The iPod
Touch connects to the Internet via Wi-Fi, allowing you to download an
application Morse Code Apple's App Store directly on the device.
1. Press the "Home" button of your iPod Touch.
2. Touch the "App Store" icon on the home screen
to Apple's App Store opened.
3. Tap "Search" at the bottom of the screen, type
in "Morse Code" in the search bar and click "Search". The list
of applications appears Morse code.
4. Tap the name of a Morse code app, such as "Morse
Code Translation," "Morse Code Driller" or
"Morse-type" to read about and see screenshots.
5. Tap the price of the application or the Morse code the
word "Free" beside the application name, then "Install".
Enter your Apple ID when prompted. Morse code app downloads directly to your
iPod Touch and appears on the home screen.
6. Tap the icon of the Morse code app to start it. For
example, run "Translate Morse Code", enter the text in the box to see
it translated into Morse code, then "Play" to the sound of Morse
code. Start the "Morse code Driller app", tap "Tap Test,"
tap "Touch to Start" and then dots and dashes of Morse code for the
words that translate crane. Start "Morse type app" for the Morse code
alphabet to see and touch a letter on the keyboard to hear the sound.
Posted by Rakesh... on
Jan 07, 2012 | Apple iPod touch
Oct 29, 2007 | Apple iPod touch
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