Download Morse Code Intercom apk 7.0.4 free for Android smartphone
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Morse Code Intercom lets you chat in Morse with other users anywhere on The Internet, or you can use its Training Mode to learn Morse or improve your Morse skills.
Morse Code Intercom always starts in Intercom Mode (a sort of Morse Instant Messenger), but can be switched into the alternate Morse Training Mode with the tap of a button. Training Mode lets your device send you random Morse messages, obtain Morse messages from an RSS newsfeed, or allows remote Intercom users to send you messages.
Starting Morse Intercom:
When you start the app you must select 'WiFi Mode' or 'Internet Mode':
i) WIFI MODE - Ring-fences you from The Internet. Users connect to a common WiFi network. Only users connected to this network in WiFi Mode hear one another, and they are not visible to remote users connected in Internet Mode. Good for family or radio club use, and for all training options other than receiving training messages from remote Intercoms NOT connected to your local network in WiFi Mode. Use 'WiFi Mode' whenever possible. It allows users to relax (or ignore) amateur radio protocols. For example you can ragchew with your father in his shed/shack down the garden without being interrupted by someone on The Internet sending "QRL?" without having listened first.
ii) INTERNET MODE - This mode provides full Internet connectivity. You can talk to any other user of the app, anywhere in the world. This mode relies on external servers not controlled by the developer. If these servers are down or cannot be reached for whatever reason, the app will not work in Internet mode. All Training options work when the app is started in Internet Mode.
If using 'Internet Mode' please adhere to amateur radio protocols. 'My Callsign' should be unique so should be set to your amateur radio callsign or at least to a unique email address.
The app always starts in INTERCOM MODE but can be switched into TRAINING MODE with a button tap:
1) INTERCOM MODE - lets you chat in Morse with other users. It works in three sub modes (see in-app help for details):
a) One to All - like Morse sent by radio - all listening users on your WiFi network or The Internet hear your transmissions, and you hear transmissions from all other users. This emulates 'real' Morse.
b) One to One - only one other user on your WiFi network or The Internet hears your transmissions, and you only hear transmissions from that user.
c) One to Several - only a restricted group of users on your WiFi network or The Internet hear your transmissions, and you only hear messages from members of that restricted group. Especially useful when the app is started in Internet mode but you want to restrict communication to a subset of app users.
A web browser version of the app is available that can communicate with the Android app. It can be found at http://www.program2anything.com/morseintercom.html (it's a Flash app, so must be run on a laptop or desktop, unless your mobile browser supports Flash).
2) TRAINING MODE - received strings are not played immediately, but are queued. They can then be replayed as often as required at any speed possibly with exagerated gaps between characters (Farnsworth delays).
Training Mode has three sub modes:
a) Local Mode - Your device generates and sends you random messages. Messages from remote Intercom users are blocked.
b) Newsfeed Mode - Your device sends you training messages obtained from an RSS newsfeed. Messages from remote Intercom users are blocked.
c) Remote Mode - Remote Intercom users send you training messages. You cannot reply to these messages.
If you like Morse Code Intercom please rate it in the PlayStore. If you use its Intercom Mode, this will get more users, making it more likely you will find someone to chat with, anytime, day or night. If you use Training Mode, good ratings will inspire me to add new features.
If you DON'T like Morse Code Intercom please tell me why by emailing [email protected] . Crashes etc., please tell me.
Radio button labels bigger
RSS newsfeed added in training mode
'training local/started' to 'training remote/stopped' bug fixed
Define what characters sent in Local Training Mode
Training mode enhancements
'Send Msg' and 'Play Msg' blink delay bug fixed
'Show All Msgs' button displays QSO log
Added 16 chans
Dot/dash decay added
Ignore non ITU characters
'RX Only mode'
Graham Jolley part of our Communication and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Aug. 19, 2016. Google play rating is 80.9524. Current verison is 7.0.4. Actual size 191.0 KB.
Nicest app ever Any skeds? Eager to QSO. Tu Fb!
Excellent 'App' - Especially for the Radio Amateur. Recommended.
Translates ASCII and sends as code very well. I look forward the option of sending code practice straight, without using ASCII at all.
Morse code Very good
Fun to use. I installed this, played with it a bit, and had a QSO in munutes. All at 3am!! I have to admit though that I had to have the app decode the message. I'm just learning the code and using the Farnsworth method so I know my letters at high (10-12 wpm) but recognition is still slow. Wish I could adjust the speed my self, but still leave longer gaps. I'm suggesting this app in all my Fb radio groups.
Truly awfull App...spent two days waiting for people to connect...But no one used the software.The interface was very basic.. Sorry bit i wont be trying this again