HangulDrill is aimed at intermediate Korean learners. It assumes that you already know Hangul and Korean numbers. But, when trying to read Korean text, e.g. in restaurants or bus stops in Korea, you feel that you are not comfortable because you read Hangul text and Korean numbers too slowly. In that case, you may use HangulDrill to practice reading random Hangul text and Korean numbers. A timer will force you to read them in a limited time.
HangulDrill is configurable in order to match your level of proficiency: you may choose how many words and/or numbers appear and how much time you will be given to read them.
HangulDrill is free and displays no advertisement. It does not ask for any special right on your device.
When you press the Start button, HangulDrill displays by default several Korean words and numbers. You must pronounce the Hangul letters and say the numbers in Korean in a limited time. When the time is almost off, a progress bar appears at the bottom of the screen. When the time is off, the current words and numbers disappear and are replaced by a new set of words and numbers.
You may control how many words and how many digits are displayed, as well as the delay for reviewing each syllable and each digit. Delay can be tuned by selecting a "speed" (10 speeds are available).
You may also select "configurations", which are sets of predefined settings. For example, one configuration may ask you only digits very quickly, another configuration may ask only words on a slow pace. A few built-in configurations are defined when you install HangulDrill, but you may create your own configurations.
See the project homepage for more information or question: http://hanguk.thbz.org/hanguldrill