Tired of not being able to see clear which key you are pressing when typing an email on your iPhone? Whether it's because the keys are too small to see or your fingers end up pressing the wrong letter or number because the screen is too small; that all is now over! This simple yet helpful application works by playing the key you pressed every time you do, so you know which one you pressed without having to guess or reach for your glasses!
This application is also perfect for the Visually Impaired.
If your local law permits you to use your phone while your drive, you can use this application to TYPE your emails without removing your eyesight from the road (make sure you feel safe doing it).
The NATO phonetic alphabet, usually called the international radiotelephony spelling alphabet, is the most popular used spelling alphabet. Though often called "phonetic alphabets".
The Military code is used to spell out parts of a message containing letters and numbers to avoid confusion, because many letters sound similar, for instance "n" and "m" or "b" and "d". For instance the message "proceed to map grid DH98" could be transmitted as "proceed to map grid Delta-Hotel-Niner-Ait". Using "Delta" instead of "D" avoids confusion between "BH98" and "DH98". The unusual pronunciation of certain numbers was designed to reduce confusion, eg, "Fife" instead of "Five" to avoid confusion with "Fire".
In addition to the traditional military usage, civilian industry uses the alphabet to combat similar problems in the transmission of messages over telephone systems. For example, it is often used in the retail industry where customer or site details are spoken over the telephone (in order to authorize a credit agreement or confirming stock codes), although ad hoc coding is often used in that instance. It has found heavy usage in the information technology industry to accurately and quickly communicate serial/reference codes (which can be and frequently are extremely long) or other specialised information by voice. In addition, most major airlines use the alphabet to communicate passenger name records (PNRs) internally, and in some cases, with customers.
From the same developer of "Talking Email Keyboard" we introduce "Military Code Email".
We are constantly working on improvements and new applications that make our life with the iPhone a simpler one. Please share with us any ideas, suggestions or comments you may have!
Disclaimer: Important, do not use this application while driving if you do not feel safe doing it. Observe all your your local laws. We are not responsible or liable for incorrect use of this application
Keywords: Morse, military, army, USA, war, communication, keyboard and talking keyboard.