New York based SayMedicine announced the update of their popular Medical Pronunciations application for iOS. Version 2.0 of Medical Pronunciation features over 8,000 audio pronunciations and a new feature that allows users to record and add new words instantly. SayMedicine is a quick reference tool allowing users to listen to pronunciations of challenging complex medical terms and instantly research the term online. The built in browser allows for easy look up on Wikipedia, eMedicine and Google.
Bible Audio Pronunciations for iOS offers readers an innovative new way to experience the sacred text, featuring audio recordings of over 1,000 challenging words. Designed to be used at home, church, or with others, the app will play recordings of terms, names, and places that many people find difficult to pronounce. Additionally, within the app there are links to Google and Wikipedia to direct readers to more information about the Bible words, and more.
Independent app creator Rickey Nguyen announced Animals Pronunciations A-Z 1.0 for iOS. Animals Pronunciations A-Z is a fun way for kids to learn and pronunce the alphabet and animals name. It uses your kids sight, hearing and touch senses as teaching method. Combined with songs, games & repetitions surely will give your kid a great learning experience. With 52 animals in total, kids can touch letter for pronunciation of the letter, touch animal for the pronunciation of the animal name and more.