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Please note, some people have experienced an issue when trying to share scripts. This does not happen on all devices, but has been experienced by some. A fix for this is currently awaiting approval. Thank you for your patience.

Line Learner helps you to learn lines as quickly and easily as you learn a catchy song.
Line Learner enables you to record scenes from plays. It allows you to listen to the full recording while you learn your part. You can then select to leave gaps in the recording for you to speak your part aloud. A prompt button is there to remind you of your line if you forget.
You can choose to repeat individual scenes, or the whole play.
With line learner you can record your script, and share it with others, who can record their lines, and share them back, giving you the ability to rehearse together even when apart.

What's New in Version 6.0

This version is a complete re-write of the original app. It includes the following new features:
- iPad version
- A-B repeat on lines
- Ability to record Stage direction
- Ability to group Scenes by Day for use when filming is spread over days
- Sharing of scripts via email/dropbox etc
- Editing & playing of the line from the Recording tab
- Keeping track of the current line between tabs
- Ability to speed through lines
- More playback options
- Improved user interface
- Recording multiple parts in a script
- Assigning lines to parts
- changing pitch of parts
- splitting recorded lines


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