Arcade Typing Tutor 1.5.2
Arcade Typing Tutor is a program that makes typing fun. More engaging than the original missile defender arcade game on which it is based, Arcade Typing Tutor is the most entertaining way to learn how to type on the Mac.
aTypeTrainer4Mac is a multilingual typing tutor for Mac OS X. It is an advanced version of TypeTrainer4Mac. All of the system keyboard layouts (but not input methods!) as well as a wide variety of non-system keyboard layouts (i.e. Dvorak, Colemak or custom layouts being built using Ukelele) are completely or partially supported.
Balloon Typer 2 1.0
Balloon Typer 2 is a fun way to get familiar with the keyboard. Balloons come down with letters on them. Your goal is the pop them by typing the same letter the balloon has on the keyboard.
Typing has become an important skill to master, and today it might be said that it is just as important as writing with paper and pencil. Balloon Typer 2 is designed to make learning typing skills fun and productive.
CueType is a no-nonsense driller to help improve keyboarding speed and accuracy. Choose a drill, start the timer, and CueType will compute your words-per-minute and count your errors. However,
Instead of merely displaying drills with plain, unadorned text, CueType uses clever visual cues as reminders of keyboarding practices.
Key Advantage Typing 1.1
Key Advantage Typing is an amazing program for learning how to type. It's designed from the ground up to be fun, intuitive, and easy to use for everyone. Key Advantage Typing tracks the progress of multiple users and generates graphs and reports that are customized for each member of the family. Whether you're just getting started, or improving your current typing skills, Key Advantage Typing is your key to success!
Letter Invaders 0.1
Letter Invaders, based on the now ancient arcade game Space Invaders, is designed to help improve typing skills (and therefore increase your chances of getting some sort of RSI). The idea is to blast aliens out of the sky as they attempt to land on and "kill" you. Since this is a game to improve typing skills, the aliens are words selected randomly from the dictionary. You blast the aliens out of the sky by typing them correctly.
The MacTypingTutor programs are great for beginning typing students. They use five integrated work areas that together teach correct finger placement and memorization of the keyboard keys. Practice exercises focus on single letters, letter and number sequences, words, sentences, paragraphs, and free typing. The program offers a spelling checker, user-defined speed goals, score sheets, time tracking with rest signals, and many other helpful features. You can hide or show your typing, screen-keyboard, and feedback reports. You can adjust difficulty level from very easy to hard (this is a good feature for younger children). The program automatically remembers your work-preferences from session to session.
Master Key 5.4.2
Don't settle for a barbaric interface for your typing tutor. Master Key is the typing tutor that uses the standard OS interface wherever possible. Learn to type or improve your typing skills using our drills or any plain text files. Jump into the challenging ParaTyper game to keep it interesting and fun.
Ten Thumbs Typing Tutor 4.7
Suitable for all ages, from young to old, Ten Thumbs whisks you through lessons designed for all skill levels from complete novice, through to experienced typist.
TickerType is a game that helps you practice your typing skills. Each game has five turns and each turn is 30, 60 or 90 seconds long, selectable by the user. Words are chosen at random from a built-in dictionary; the player can choose short (2 - 4 letters), medium (4 - 6 letters) or long (6 - 8 letters). With the start of each game or turn, the words start marching across the window in tickertape fashion; the player can choose slow, medium or fast speeds. The goal is to type as many of the words as possible before the time runs out; a countdown is provided. If you type a word correctly before it starts to run off the window, the word disappears and you get ten points plus one point for each letter. The top ten scores are saved. Sound is supported; the player can turn sound on/off. Settings for sound, word length, speed and turn length are saved between sessions.
Multilingual typing tutor for European, American and Japanese keyboards.
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