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No, unfortunately not.
I've heard that there are plans to make them available through mobile apps in the future but for now, tips and notes are only available through the website.
And for app-only courses such as Japanese and Korean, they're currently not available at all, unless the course creators make a special effort to make them available elsewhere, as the Korean team have done.
Sure -- use "e" where people used to pronounce the "e" sound and "ae" where people used to pronounce the "ae" sound.
A bit like "ee" and "ea" in English -- you write "meet" (as in "encounter") with "ee" because it used to be pronounced differently from "meat" (as in animal muscles as food) which is therefore written with "ea".
If you don't know the old pronunciation but only the new (merged) one, you have to simply learn which word gets spelled which way -- as in English.