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Alpha Bravo Phonetic Alphabet

Alpha Bravo Phonetic Alphabet

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Wanting to know how to speak a letter from the Phonetic Alphabet?

Well, the new Alpha Bravo app for Android just made this much easier.

It will not only in a very clean and simple way tell you the correct word from the Spelling Alphabet, but it will also read it out to you! You can also type in your desired word and let Alpha Bravo read it back for you from the Phonetic Alphabet.

Updates to come, including more multi-language support (NATO, French, German and Spanish alphabets currently supported).

Enjoy this free app!

(Also known as Telephone Alphabet and Radio Alphabet)

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Recently changed in this version

Italian Alphabet Added


Comments and ratings for Alpha Bravo Phonetic Alphabet
  • (64 stars)

    by Russell Snow on 29/03/2014

    Letter k is mispronounced by automated voice. Kilo sounds like "jeelo".

  • (64 stars)

    by Valentin Konovalov on 10/03/2014

    Its impossible to type then read the result

  • (64 stars)

    by Jeremy Snowden on 29/11/2013

    Allowing a quick access in clear viewing.

  • (64 stars)

    by Trevor D'Alton on 16/04/2013

    The first letter in the pronunciation of some words are not distinct. They are hard to distinguish in high ambient noise environments. EG. Alpha sounds like it starts with the letter 'K'. Golf is hard to decipher. Provided in the spirit of continuous improvement.

  • (64 stars)

    by luke markham on 30/01/2013

    Very good

  • (64 stars)

    by Thomas Mueller on 31/12/2012

    When using the German alphabet the letter s is spelled wrongly with all 4 possible variants. Since s is a rather common letter I wonder why this ever got released. I like the idea though. But why does it need Internet access?