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TG4 launches free Irish language app

Does anyone know how to say ‘app’ as Gaeilge?

WHAT IS THE Irish for weather? Or what is dog as Gaeilge?

To help answer these questions, TG4 has launched its first Irish language app.

Designed with kids in mind, the Cúla4 app provides more than 100 Irish language words so it is also ideal for those new to the language.

As well as the correct spelling, the app includes a guide for how to pronounce each word.

For the kids, there is a drawing page so they can scribble down their own words.

The app is available to download by searching for Cúla4 in iTunes. It is free and compatible with all iPhone and iPad devices. The Android version will be available soon, said TG4.

Does anyone know how to say ‘app’ as Gaeilge?


Following our shout-out, one of our readers has said that app as Gaeilge is ‘feidhmchlár’. Cheers Liam!

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