10,000 Mandarin Chinese App
The best Mandarin App in itunes store.
renpengAugust 31, 2013, 02:25 AM
This app contains around 10,000 most practical and authentic sentences that are widely used in the daily communication in China. The sentences in this dictionary contains concise, native expression. Users can grasp native expression in Chinese. We believe this software and (or) voice-dictionary covers China's most vivid expression. Whether you're sightseeing, travelling, studying or communicating with Chinese, we hope it will become your indispensable assistant in all aspects.
douglasboyleAugust 31, 2013, 06:53 AM
I have purchased it. I like it. Though the audio quality could be better. But you get used to it quickly. But well worth it.
I wish I had this when I first started learning. My level is probably intermediate. But I think this app is very useful. Has many key phrases. Many. And you can save them. It also has a breakdown and definition of the words and characters. Pinyin. And like it says you can record your voice. Also gives you the option of a second speaker (male) speaking the phrase at a slower speed. Overall for me very useful and practical. And lots of phrases. Unlike others I've bought they seemed to have lots of phrases but didn't really and a lot of them were just one liners. Short sentences. This one has heaps of recorded phrases that are useful. And you can save your favourites. Oh you can also copy and paste the phrases very easily. Pinyin Hanzi. Very useful. The "other" phrase apps are a waste of time compared to this one. For me. The only downside I can see is the audio quality is a little rough. But like I said it doesn't bother you after about 2 mins practice.
For beginners a must.
Dont know how useful for above intermediate because I'm not there yet.
Hope this was helpful. Thanks guys. Great helpful app.
This was helpful. Now i'm curious. Is this app better than just using a sentence from a Cpod elementary or intermediate lesson? Is the app any better than that, or is it that the app is better organized and searchable for phrases/sentences that you want to say in Chinese than Cpod?
douglasboyleSeptember 02, 2013, 03:05 AM
Hi mate. It's a great tool to have in the bag. :)
I'm glad I bought it. I need many tools for learning Chinese.
Cheers. Come to think of it, there's sooo many phrases in this thing.
Exhausting in a good way.
douglasboyleSeptember 04, 2013, 12:14 PM
Well im still very impressed with this app. Very very useful and applicable. Been using it for a few days now everyday. As far as these kind of apps go it wipes the floor with the rest of them. Soooo many phrases.