iStenoPad 4+

by StenoCAT


    • 2.9 • 11 Ratings
    • $19.99

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Excellent tool for students to practice steno on an iPad.

Court Reporters can import their translation dictionary or use one of the pre-loaded dictionaries. Customizable display, Instant real-time translation, writing speed display and wide key options.

- Write steno with the iPad touch-screen
- Import your own translation dictionary (from RTF-CRE format)
- Instant real-time Translation
- Writing speed display (strokes-per-minute)
- Send email messages and save notes
- Integrated file manager
- The steno keyboard dimensions are the same as your physical writer
- Customize the steno key style, text size and colors
- User definable wide-key options [*, TS, DZ]

What’s New

Version 1.5

Updated for for IOS 12 Compatibility

Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

AmandaB223 ,

Know before you buy…

Make sure the dictionary you are using is one of the two this app will download… mine wasn’t and I wasted $20. I’m am learning Mark Kislingbury’s theory and his dictionary is a DCT file.

DooWah1 ,

Poor Business Ethics

I bought this app in anticipation of a free beginner’s Steno class I enrolled in when the delivery of my Steno rental machine was going to be delivered late. Therefore, I purchased this app on my IPad to hold me over. For whatever reason I can’t remember, the App wouldn’t work correctly on my iPad so I was unable to use because the keyboard was not showing correctly on screen. I did not get to use this App. -NOT one time-so at the time this occurred, I meediately wrote to company to request a refund $. Their response: they would not issue a refund and made the poor invalid excuse that they couldn’t because it was not possible as the app. Is bought through Apple so they couldn’t make that determination….what a crock ! At least be honest that you were just keeping my $ and it was my problem not theirs .

StickChic ,

Cool App

This is a very cool app and it seems to work pretty well. The only down side is (obviously) there’s no tactile feedback so it’s tough to learn by feel like you’re technically supposed to. It’d be cool if there was an option to turn on the key names and even see a layout of double characters. If you have to look to type, you might as well have the option of turning on the labels. I like the export and being able to add your own dictionaries is very cool.

App Privacy

The developer, GSC, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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