HTC wildfire - Derek I know it's a dictionary but it would be more helpful if you could type in "how are you?"(to translate into Irish) and get "conas atá tú?" as opposed to "cén aois duit?(how old are you?). This app should be more compatible with the Irish language i.e. to say one word of English may take three words in Irish. We, the Irish, are more poetic and have more to say anyway so.. FÓCLÓIR schoolbook might come in handy. And judging by all other reviews on this app & gaelfon app - don't buy a Samsung Galaxy phone!!
Samsung galaxy s2 Worst app iv used so far, it has trouble trying to translate more than one word, ie - you type "how are you" and it gives back total nonsense. In my opinion Google translate is better.
Feidhmchlár den chéad scoth! Despite the negative reviews, this dictionary does exactly what it promises: provides a fantastic lexicon of Irish. Má tá aistriúchán de dhíth ort, iarr ar aistritheoir é! [nó foghlaim do chuid gramadaigh, b'fhéidir ;-) ]
Bad There is hardly any words Uafásach le haghaidh mo obair bhaile
Tá sé go hiontch ! Brilliant app and a great help when I am at school and for homework as well. Don't listen to the people who gave it bad reviews. That's just how you speak Irish!
Could be better I was hopingit would show me the gender and plural forms of nouns. Also I would prefer using this app in landscape so I can use my keyboard, but it only works in portrait.
- Fixed text overlap issue on all devices by changing how the results display.
- Include a show more results button.
- Fixed an issues with ad display
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