Learn German Numbers ~ Now Up To 1,000,000

Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by erasmos, Nov 26, 2010.

  1. erasmos macrumors newbie

    Feb 2, 2010
    Announcing version 2.80 of our German Numbers app, now available for the iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad;
    with this version we've gone from a ceiling of 1000 to 1,000,000.

    Ready to get *much* better at recognizing German numbers when spoken or written?

    Learn your numbers anywhere you want, with one of several games.

    ☆ Listen to the spoken number and type in the digit. If you're stuck, just press the 'skip' button.

    ☆ Read the number word, and type in the digit. If you're stuck, just press the 'skip' button.

    ☆ Have the app speak whatever number you want.

    ☆ Keep track of your score; play with your friends to see who can get the highest
    number of correct answers in a row.

    ☆ Covers the numbers from 0 to 1,000,000 (yes, one million) but you can set whatever range you want to practice.

    ☆ Guided mode, where the app is your teacher, carefully choosing the numbers when you're ready for them.

    ☆ For more advanced students, go totally random.

    ☆ Displays subtle indicator as to how well you know a particular number.

    Play as long as you want - this teacher has infinite patience.

    Highly suitable for long or even short subway rides.

    Come see our site which includes a tutorial video: http://www.learngermannumbers.com.

    See our Facebook page for discussions, including our responses to some reviews: http://support.learngermannumbers.com.

    Still not sure? Try our Free Version which is the same as this one, but with a range of 0 to 42.

    Paid Version: http://www.learngermannumbers.com/download/paid

    Free Version: http://www.learngermannumbers.com/download/free

    I've added 10 promo codes to the Promo Forum.


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  2. elmo151 Guest

    Jul 3, 2007
  3. erasmos thread starter macrumors newbie

    Feb 2, 2010

    According to the Guidelines is it permissible.

    Or have I misunderstood?
  4. ChristianVirtual macrumors 601


    May 10, 2010
    Actually we German's should really change the strange way we pronounce our numbers:


    a "clear" fourty-two in english or よんゆうに (yon juu ni, 四十に) in Japanese is much more consistent.

    most significant number first ...

    OK; complete OT though

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