Type to Learn is minimalistic macOS utility for touch typing practice that lets you pick a text source yourself. Retype text to train muscle memory. Words per minute and accuracy meters help to track progress over time.
• Drag and Drop
• Option to disable splitting text by lines
• Added missing tooltips
Ratings and Reviews
Could use a few tweaks
I really love this app for a few reasons. I have always found great benefit in keeping up with my typed WPM count, in jobs and school settings. Recentky I noticed that I find typing very theraputic as well. This app allows me to type my tiny heart away getting that minute of "self-care" when I don't know what else to type. It's the pressing and sounds for me. The only thing I wish were differnet about this app is that it allowed you to scroll down on a long passage. I like type for as long as possible when not practicing how fast I can type and my accuracy. It won't let me scroll so I have to switch passages when coming to the bottom of the app screen.
Great concept, however.....
I really like the design and simplicity of this app, however.... I would really like it to words per min rather then characters per minute and perhaps someone on the design team could add some way to review speed & accuracy over time so you can go back and review if you're improving or not.
I absolutely love the copy & past concept. It's really neat I can find an interesting article about something new and then type it as I read it and learn whilst trying to improve my typing.
But as always there is room for improvement.
Perfect practice for typing, plus nice study tool
I love this app. Typing practice has never been better. You can input any material you want to practice typing with, so you could use anything you are studying and get a two for one level up. Only problem I have with this is I cannot choose Japanese, Korean, Chinese, or any other language besides English to practice typing with. I wish there was a way to change language input so the program worked with the various lanuage keyboards on the Mac.
Developer Response ,
It's great to hear that you are finding the app useful. :)
Technically it should be possible to type in Korean, Pinyin, etc.
You can add those keyboards in
"System Preferences" -> "Keyboard" -> "Input Sources" -> "+".
In the app clicking on
"View" -> "Show word Input"
would show suggestions, required for typing in theses languages.
Send an email to T2L@levitatingpineapple.com if you have additional questions,
The developer, Arturs Krumins, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below.
Data Not Collected
The developer does not collect any data from this app.
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- Arturs Krumins
- 4.4 MB
- Requires macOS 10.13 or later.
- Age Rating
- © Arturs Krumins
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.