Yiddish Tanach for iPad

If you do a search on the Apple iTunes App Store for “Bible”, you will see the (literally) hundreds of  Bible applications that are available. If you narrow your search to “Hebrew Bible” or “Jewish Bible”, you will still get dozens of results. However, if last week you had searched for “Yiddish Bible”, you would not have seen a(…)

Pocket Polyglot Yiddish

Pocket Polyglot Yiddish is language software to help you learn Yiddish words and phrases as and when you need them. Pocket Polyglot contains hundreds of essential phrases you need grouped into topics. It is an easy, fun and cheap way to learn Yiddish words and phrases quickly and efficiently. You can learn without using valuable(…)

English-Yiddish Talking Dictionary

A talking bidirectional dictionary that features advanced functionality and up to 1,000,000 entries. Ectaco LingvoSoft Talking Dictionary English <-> Yiddish for iPhone is an instant bilingual bidirectional translation solution. It incorporates the most complete databases and dependable accuracy. The Dictionary contains an extensive vocabulary, a choice of 5 display languages and advanced TTS (text-to-speech) voice(…)

Woorden YI Yiddish Course

Translate, Save and Practice. Finally a Yiddish language app in which you yourself can determine which words and phrases included in the dictionary. Are you learning Yiddish or you want to improve your Yiddish this is the perfect app: – use it in combination with a real course; – Take control of your lessons names;(…)

Yiddish Slang Dictionary

Oy vey, stop your kvetching*! You’ve found the Yiddish Slang Dictionary to help you shmooze** or kibitz***.  Be warned though, this app contains some words not fit for your bubbe****. *kvetch also spelled Kvetsh or kvitch, this literally means “to squeeze or press”, but is used primarily to mean “to complain”. Interestingly, Yiddish websites use this(…)

Yiddish For Kids

Yiddish For Kids 1 “AlefBeys” is a tool for learning to read and write Yiddish letters quickly on the iPhone or the iPod touch. Its intuitive interface combines shape, sound, text and movement to allow everyone to find their own way to learn the AlefBeys. The “AlefBeys” tab shows the letters in a group or(…)

Forward’s app

The Forward is a legendary name in American journalism and a revered institution in American Jewish life. Launched as a Yiddish-language daily newspaper on April 22, 1897, the Forward entered the din of New York’s immigrant press as a defender of trade unionism and moderate, democratic socialism. The Jewish Daily Forward quickly rose above the(…)

Yiddish to English Translator

Our Yiddish to English Translator app is a part of our series of applications to translate the worlds languages. Featuring over eight-hundred of the most commonly used words and phrases in the Yiddish language, the Yiddish to English Translator allows you to quickly and easily find the translation you are looking for, its perfect for(…)

uTalk Yiddish

NO TIME to get fluent? Need the basics now? “Fun intelligent interactive learning games. Worth the money.”   – MarPixel “Unlike many other apps, this one makes learning fun and doesn’t get boring.”   –  iPhonoah Developed by a company with 20 years of experience in language learning and over ten million customers, uTalk gives(…)

Yiddish Dictionary

Yiddish was at one time the international language of Ashkenazic Jews (the Jews of Central and Eastern Europe and their descendants). A hybrid of Hebrew and medieval German, Yiddish takes about three-quarters of its vocabulary from German, but borrows words liberally from Hebrew and many other languages from the many lands where Ashkenazic Jews have(…)