Morse Code Library

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    Morse Code Library

    by: Star Software 0 0




    Nowadays more and more people begin to learn Morse code for various reasons.

    So today we would like to offer you this app- Morse Code Library.

    About this app:

    It is developed to help you learn Morse code.

    With it in hand, you can learn and know more about Morse code on your phone simply and directly.


    1. Translate Morse to text;

    2. Translate Text to Morse;

    3. Play Morse;

    4. Write and send Morse SMS to others;

    5. Convert morse SMS to message;

    6. Convert normal text message to Morse and play it;

    7. Create a morse-code tone and play it;

    8. Show you Morse code dictionary, from which you can learn and get more basic knowledge about Morse code;

    9. Offers you Morse code training, by which you can test and check up your learning.

    In a word, this is a great tool for Morse code learning.

    With its help, you can master some basic knowledge of Morse code easily and directly.

    Hope you will like it!


    1. Compared to voice, Morse code is less sensitive to poor signal conditions, yet still comprehensible to humans without a decoding device. Morse is therefore a useful alternative to synthesized speech for sending automated data to skilled listeners on voice channels.

    2. For emergency signals, Morse code can be sent by way of improvised sources that can be easily "keyed" on and off, making it one of the simplest and most versatile methods of telecommunication. The most common distress signal is SOS or three dots, three dashes and three dots, internationally recognized by treaty.

    So it is quite necessary to learn some knowledge about Morse code.


    Please do not forget to read the ads (notification ads or icon ads) in this app while you enjoy this app.


    According to Wikipedia:

    Each character is represented by a unique sequence of dots and dashes. The duration of a dash is three times the duration of a dot. Each dot or dash is followed by a short silence, equal to the dot duration. The letters of a word are separated by a space equal to three dots (one dash), and the words are separated by a space equal to seven dots. The dot duration is the basic unit of time measurement in code transmission.