That's a great idea. Now we can search for words based on how it sounds.
We are also working on some phonics tools at the moment. One thing I would like to figure out is how to represent each sound using some simple graphics or symbol. For example, instead of showing V04 C16 C19 and so on, to make this really intuitive can we create some symbol that roughly corresponds to the way the sound is pronounced/ This could be a stylized version of the lip/teeth/tongue movements, or anything visual.
The one-to-many correspondence of English phonics is indeed challenging to teach. Look likes Swahili is the easier language to learn!