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Scout App Helleniechsin Now on Android

Posted on 23 February 2012 by ScoutingNewsStaff


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Scouts and Order of the Arrow members who want to speak the language of the Lenni Lenape (Delaware Indian) language but don’t have an iPhone can now enjoy Helleniechsin on an Android based device. Dan with ScoutApps.net has spent countless hours creating and updating a easily searchable database of over 4,000 Lenape words and their English definitions.

Dan originally created the app for iPhones and iPads. ”I did the Android version

Helleniechsin Main Page as there are a lot of Scouters in my area with them, and some of those scouters had been bugging me for almost a year about when was I going to release my programs for the Android,” says Dan. Good things sometimes are worth the wait. Helleniechsin is no exception. The database is easily searchable in both Lenape and English. Looking for that perfect Vigil name? Wondering why your friend won’t give the definitions of his? This app will give you the answers.

Dan started creating Scouting based iOS apps for his council. He has two apps to aid staff and campers through summer camp programs and around the camp. ScoutApps.net also produces the highly popular Campfire Songs. Campfire Songs has over 150 popular popular song lyrics. The next version of this will play the tunes as well.

 

Dan is always thinking of new apps to help Scouts. We’re looking forward to more things to come from ScoutApps.net!

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