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Enable naming of language#54


As I use Wokabulary for learning specialist vocabulary in several subject areas, it would be very helpful, if one could rename a language: Instead of “German” –> “German”, it could than be e.g. “German” –> “specialist vocabulary Chemistry (German)”.

a year ago

Thanks for your input.
Custom naming of vocabularies will definitely be part of Wokabulary 6.

a year ago
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a year ago

I am learning Hungarian vocabulary and short complete Hungarian sentences with Wokabulary. Here I need a solution to use both data sets separately from each other. My problem: when I’m searching for a specific word with the keyword function, I get search results that are too extensive. In addition, learning single vocabulary words works in a different mode than learning whole sentences. My temporary solution is to use English-Hungarian in addition to the German-Hungarian language pair. Another solution would of course be to work with definable folders.

Wokabulary has become an indispensable language learning tool for me. Even in phases of low motivation, your app keeps me learning. Thank you for it.

a year ago

@Addams , thanks for your feedback and your patience.

We have now released Wokabulary 6. Among many other new features, you can now create multiple vocabularies with the same language combination — and you can give them custom names.

In addition to that, we have added many more new features and improvements. You find a complete overview of what’s new on our blog:

You can get Wokabulary 6 on the App Store:
It is not an update to Wokabulary 5 but a new, separate app. All your words and progress will automatically be migrated on first launch, however.
Of course, you can keep using Wokabulary 5 as long as you are happy with it. But we offer great discounts for existing Wokabulary 5 customers who make the switch 😉

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