What you need to know about coda: coda is a new app from iFruit that uses audio to help you decipher words.
The app was released in India on Wednesday and users can read words using the audio app that’s built into the app.
It’s similar to the way Siri can read English or Arabic, but instead of the spoken words, it uses an audio transcription of the word.
In the new coda app, the app will let you know when you’ve reached the next word, whether it’s the end of the sentence or beginning of the next one, how many words there are and when the next time you need the word you can listen to a sound effect.
For example, if you see a word like “the,” the app tells you to take a deep breath and to breathe slowly.
This is called aphasia, which means “not being able to speak”.
It can happen when you have difficulty with certain sounds like breathing or swallowing.
It can also happen when it’s hard to understand certain sounds.
Coda is not a completely new concept, but the developers said the idea behind the app is to help people better understand their spoken language.
This is not the first time that a coda-based app has been released in the country.
There was a similar app for iOS called Kanji Text, which was also released in January this year.
The developers said they would continue to add new features to the app, including more text translation and pronunciation.