You lied, it's not free.
Not impressed Appart from the usual complaints of it being a trial and the full version being overpriced, my problem with this app is that as a thesaurus it's subpar. In my time with it I searched for several words and was greeted by no results, other than that the user interface is lackluster and the app overall doesn't present itself in a way that would suggest a company would bring it to market and expect paying customers.
Massive rip-off Please don't buy this. It costs 8 quid,although will try and cost you 12 by including 'download protection' as standard. The app will then only work on the device you've bought it on. I feel this is immoral in it's cynicism.
Free? I thought this was a free app? Then it says, 7 days left. What? If this is a free sample, please say so! Uninstalled in under five minutes!
OK but not comprehensive. I originally had the Oxford Concise dictionary and thesaurus in my Nokia and it was amazing. Admittedly it was costly but worth every penny. The Collins does not seem to be as comprehensive.
• Completely redesigned user interface and experience
• Ability to share word definitions
• ‘Word of the Day’ feature
• New improved camera search (with support for Catalan, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Latin, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish, Tagalog, Turkish and English)
• Performance improvements