Bringing the true Egyptian - Coptic (MetRemenkimi) language to the digital world.
The Coptic (Egyptian) language is the fourth and final stage of the ancient Egyptian language of the hieroglyphics it is derived from the ancient demotic Egyptian language and has much in common with the Greek language.
Hundreds of Coptic words are still in daily use just as they were 1500 years ago. IT is the language the Coptic Church employs in its rituals and its liturgy.
The Coptic language was the real key to the deciphering of the Hieroglyphic and Demotic scripts by Champollion, who unlocked the secrets of the Rosetta stone.
The Greeks learned their writing system from the Egyptians through the frequent travellers of the ancient world, the Phoenicians.
The Egyptian civilization was by far the greatest and most long-lived of the Ancient World.
The Coptic Notes experience is all about speed and efficiency. Open it, write some thoughts, and you're done. As your collection of notes grows, you can search them instantly.
Share Coptic text on Twitter and Facebook using iOS’ built in actionsheet. The actionsheet is accessible via a tap on the share button in the Coptic Notes app.
Designed for use by an iPhone or an iPad
In order to read the coptic notes you sent to Facebook, Twitter or email you need to install a unicode coptic font on your pc.