AllSet Learning Pinyin
The AllSet Learning Pinyin chart is the only pinyin chart for the iPad to make full use of zooming and panning controls to make pinyin study easy and enjoyable. The interface is simple, clean, and ad-free. Every pinyin syllable has audio (just tap on a syllable to hear a native speaker recording), and toggling between the four different tones of Mandarin Chinese is easy.
More advanced students of Chinese will enjoy the pinyin chart’s support for alternate phonetic representations of Mandarin Chinese. The app comes with support for the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) for free, but other romanization systems like Wade-Giles, as well as alternate representations like zhuyin (used in Taiwan) are available by in-app purchase.
Chinese Picture Book Reader
The Chinese Picture Book Reader marks AllSet Learning’s foray into visual Chinese language learning material on the iPad. Designed to be a learner-friendly alternative to Chinese children’s books and boring adult materials, the Chinese Picture Book Reader combines eye-catching visuals with fun and non-traditional content.
The app features Chinese characters (simplified or traditional), pinyin, and English on every page. The learner can easily swap between them with a quick swipe on the text box. Audio is also provided for both Chinese and English on every page. All material is original, and both free and paid content is available through the app.
Chinese Grammar Wiki
The AllSet Learning Chinese Grammar Wiki was originally developed as a resource for AllSet Learning clients, but has been made publicly available. It is a comprehensive resource for all Mandarin Chinese grammar issues, organized by difficulty level and thoroughly referenced.
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