Ink Code comes with the writing instructions for nearly 3000 Chinese characters, covering all the required characters in the official Chinese Proficiency Examinations (HSK levels 1 to 6) administered by Chinese government, and all the characters in AP Chinese exams administered by the U.S. College Board.
Users can optionally download the English-Chinese and Chinese-English dictionaries for free within the app, and use them for quick lookup of the Chinese words corresponding to any English word, and vice versa.
The app also provides a list of news web sites from reputed news agencies like BBC, New York Times, Reuters etc. and provides convenient reading where all text is annotated with pinyin.
- Added support for dark mode
- Minor improvements
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Great. App, but...
This app has such great potential, but when trying to trace the characters, using the Apple Pencil or finger, the app tries to force the lines of the trace to snap to the character on the screen that it hinders the flow of the trace lines and causes them to go crazy. The lines, when tracing, will stop in the middle of tracing for no reason and will cause them to stretch across the screen and just act wacky in general. It’s virtually unusable. Also, the character grid should be able to zoom in or out. The grid with characters is too small with no way to change size. I would gladly pay the $8.99 for the advanced features when this is fixed. Copying/tracing characters should be smooth and not such a frustrating experience.
- YOYASOFT LLC
- 120 MB
Requires iOS 13.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © Yoyasoft Inc. 2018 - 2020
- In-App Purchases
- English-Chinese Dictionary
- Advanced Chinese Characters $8.99
- MDBG Dictionary
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.