Really awesome. It is very rich and I hope the dev will not give up on updating and enriching this app eg more of Cicero (latin and in translation). It is a shame not making the "Ancient Greek" app available for android users. It would be nice if someone could let us know whether there is plan to bring this app to the play store at some point. Many thanks to the dev.
Best App Ever This is the first app ever on which I have spent money, and it is worth every cent; it is absolutely amazing. This app allows me to freely fangirl over Latin, whether it is by reading the Bible in both Latin and English, searching up the countless words I inevitably forget, or studying grammar for Certamen. love this app so much.
I'm a Latin scholar and my main reason for buying this app is the fully searchable offline Lewis and Short dictionary. I love browsing through it at random, reading entries and the quotations given thereunder. The addition of authors is extremely welcome. It's wonderful to whip out my phone and start reading some Latin text while waiting in line or something. As a Cicero fan, I would REALLY urge the addition of the full works of Cicero. My own portable (and searchable) Cicero would be a dream come true. App needs a few minor pieces of work. In the first place, I can't manage to access the dictionary through the texts. My vocabulary is excellent but sometimes I do run into unfamiliar words or words that appear of ambiguous meaning and I would want to look them up. For some funny reason, on my Samsung S4, this doesn't work. Also, I don't like the way that the texts in Cicero are organised. The chapters of a work are all in the root window under the title of the text itself. This means that scrolling down from the Catilines to a chapter in the Pro Roscio takes forever. I'd appreciate a solution to this (and did I mention that I'd love the complete of Cicero?).
Great app Solid app with a good selection of features. The flashcard mode is a little bare bones, but does the job. Any chance of adding Lucretius' De Rerum Natura?
Sometimes when I parse a word it doesn't show up on my Android app but it shows up on my friend's iPhone. It can be annoying at times when I'm trying to use the app in class.
This app offers a ton of scripts in the original Latin wording, from Cicero to the Bible, it's a great reference for Latin students. The only cons I have is the lack of landscape mode or split screen, overall, I can't recommend this enough!
This fixes "Define" for many devices that were experiencing problems.