Morse Code Translator for Windows Phone 7
If you have ever done any kind of training for camping, sailing, or living in nature, you may have learned that being able to communicate with the world with less advanced technology is important. One of the most commonly known codes for communicating over long distances either by sound or light is Morse code and XDA member mwf has the right app for your Windows Phone 7 if you are not sure of how to interpret it. The app basically is a text to Morse translator (and backwards), which will allow you to turn a message into Morse code or interpret one. The app has two different colored backgrounds to choose from and can convert as you type.
If you like the app or if you have any feedback to provide to the dev, please leave a comment in the application thread.
- Morse code to text
- Text to morse code
- Morse table
- Morse list
- Popular morse codes
- Translation as you type (instant translation)
- Remember content (on exit and pause)
- Remember selected tab (on exit and pause)
You can find more information in the application thread.
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