Hebrew Flashcards is an educational app and quiz game that provides a simple and easy way to learn, practice and quiz yourself on the Hebrew Alphabet, or rather “AlephBet” in Hebrew. The Hebrew Flashcards game app contains the full alphabet of 22 characters, 13 vowels and 5 sofits and final forms that you will need to gain a base level understanding of the full Hebrew alphabet.
Quickly learn book, block, cursive and ancient scripts by viewing them one at a time or all at once. Choose from three different quiz types including character, name and pronunciation quizzes to reinforce your learning. Quick look allows you to cycle through practice sessions as your own pace and viewing details only when you are ready. Take hold of the basics before adding in vowels and sofits.
Hebrew Flashcards is meant to give you a fun, simple and straightforward entry point into the Hebrew language. Use it to enhance your Bible studies or to help you learn the Hebrew language.
Hebrew Flashcard App Features:
● Alphabet reference with:
- Standard Characters
- Sofits and Final Forms
● Practice mode that includes:
- Multiple Script Types
- Quick Look to Hide and Show Character Details
● Three different quiz types:
- Character Quiz
- Name Quiz
- Pronunciation Quiz
● iPad and iPhone Friendly
● Audio Bundle In-App purchase includes sound for names, pronunciation, and transliteration on the practice screens.
Fixed navigation bar for the alephbet screen.
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Please add this option....
These flash cards have been very helpful for me. I like the option of hiding the details. But something that I would really like is having the option of marking letters that I’m having issues learning. That way I can go back and practice on only the letters that I need to practice with more. Not having to skip through the letters I already know.
Useful and Disappointing
I paid for the audio pack and it is very helpful.
The app in general is simply too basic. The only thing this app does is shows you the letters of the alphabet. That’s it. You can practice looking at the alefbet and hear the sounds of you pay, and you can rake a quiz. However, the quiz puts letters with 2 sounds, for example sin/shin in ways that does not explain which is which. In practice, the details say Shin\Sin, which in English is read left to right; however, the depictions of the letters shows שּׂ/שׁ In Hebrew I guess you would read that right to left but without explanation it does not make sense and does not teach you the proper letter. Then the quiz lists it as Sin/Shin. They should separate these anyway in order to learn the difference. Anyway, if you’re reading this I would change my mind and say it’s not very useful at all unless you are using to practice something you’re learning elsewhere. But then why would you need this app?
Great app, a few suggestions
It’s a very helpful app. I learned the letters with it. I have a few suggestions to improve it though: test us on what we miss until we get it right every time. Show Mnemonic hints to help us remember the letter right after we miss the letter. For example, if I miss mem, flash on the screen that mem looks like a mouse. If you flash a picture of a mem made to look like a mouse, it would be even better. Also, I always get confused because of the way the vowel sounds are written out: ey is the long “a” sound. But seeing “ey” makes me think of “e,” so I always have to go slower. Overall great app though. Thanks so much for it!
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- Never Settle, LLC
- 73.3 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © Never Settle, LLC
- In-App Purchases
- Hebrew Audio Bundle $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.