It's not working after purchase I purchased it and paid 680/-rs but still it asks for network connection to use it like a trial app, it completely useless, I also mail to solve it but no response.,now I decided to refund my money if they give it back.
Great but Google has it free This is the big guy among the various Oxfords for Android, with all but the rarest words, voiced pronunciations, etymologies, examples, common phrases and proverbs, usage notes, and even brief encyclopedia-like entries for things like countries and planets. Quite up to date with words like "lulz", and I was pleased to find the Canadianisms "parkade" and "pogey." (None of these is in the paid Merriam-Webster.) I've had no problem using the app offline. Tapping on a word in a definition to bring up its entry works well even when the word forms are different. Took me a while to figure out that "keyword" search in the MSDict viewer searches only headwords, not definitions. ❡ If I could have only one dictionary on my device, this would be it. However, most of the content is available online for free when you ask Google Search to "define" a word.
Purchasing confusion MS need to sort out their purchase procedures. I have just installed the presented (free) version, was then prompted to get the paid version, which I did. I then found I had both, using up space. I went to uninstall the free version, and found I'd lost both, and in the process cancelled my purchase. Daft.
Zoom problem When I make zoom the words do become bigger and somehow they are reordered, but some parts of sentences are behind the screen.
Excellent application. The best dictionary out there. The user interface is simple and easy to use. This dictionary is technically the same as others developed by Mobile Systems, but the ODE is without doubt the best; there's no other that can beat it.
Not bad, but expected better... This dictionary is functional, but the UI appears awfully dated. Also, compared with the Merriam-Webster's dictionary app (developer: Merriam-Webster Inc.), it's clear that M-W's app is superior: the UI is better, the sound quality of pronounciation is superor (*way* superior), and the words have more usage examples. Another disappointment is that you can't highlight a word in your favorite ebook reader and 'share' to this dictionary app. Well, this is still Oxford Dictionary, if you're looking for one. But I'd expected a better implementation than this.
Version 4.3.103 features:
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