The Athabasca Tribal Council (ATC) online language app translates English into Cree. Designed to be easy to use for both beginners and those with some previous knowledge of the language, it can be used for self-study or as an aid in conversation with elders who are Cree speakers. It is suitable for use by beginners, youth, and those in mid-life looking for a refresher in a language they learned in their youth.
The app’s vocabulary includes important nouns, as well as words for medicines, numbers, directions, weather, the calendar, and parts of the body. The app focuses on Cree dialects of northeastern Alberta. It also includes an overview of the Athabasca Tribal Council, as well as maps and satellite images showing the locations of its five member First Nations in North Eastern Alberta. The app is part of ATC’s commitment to teaching and preserving the indigenous languages of northeastern Alberta.
Version 1.03 of the ATC Cree APP is here!
Over 200 new Cree words have been added!
Ratings and Reviews
Cool app but couldn’t find “grandfather”
Otherwise great little app
Add more words like animals,
Colours, numbers, outside ex.. tree, water, air, sky, clouds, and clothes.
This app has some good info and is an easy way to learn some Cree words. Needs a bit of polishing but works great.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.