Explanation of permissions:
Location: for the compass that shows you where a capital city is and how far away it is.
Internet: get Flickr pictures and show advertisements
Network state: For advertisements.
Phone state and identity: advertisements networks require this permission, we don't use it ourselves.
There is always the payed version for people who don't feel comfortable with the Phone state permission.
There is also a discovery mode : click on the play button and the facts will be displayed. The world map is animated to give live to these facts. Zoom out to see the whole world; color the countries according to some fact; zoom in to the country that scores higher; pan to the country that scores lowest and so on.
This is free version. Check also World Factbook Pro with reference maps and some other extra features not available in free version.
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* Country profiles and country comparisons
* Both phone and tablet interfaces
* Detailed flags and maps (requires a free Flags & Maps add-on from Play Store: http://goo.gl/WQ7Bcp)
* No ads
* Works completely offline
* The app does requests access to internet to automatically report possible errors or warnings. Of course, if internet is not present it'll continue working.
* It also requires about 15 megabytes of additional space for internal database to be unpacked.
Want to test latest features and help develop this app? Join the beta program and receive latest beta builds: http://goo.gl/9PL1EE
The World Factbook 2014-15. Washington, DC: Central Intelligence Agency (Jan 16, 2014)
Test your knowledge of the States, Capitals, Nicknames and Presidents on the US States Quiz, States Capitals Quiz, States Nicknames Quiz and US Presidents Quiz.
Learn about the US states. For each state you will learn the capital, flag, area, population, abbreviation, nicknames, origin of name, tree, flower, bird, highest point, admission to Union, time zone, website, points of interest, bordering States and interesting facts.
Learn about the U.S. presidents. For each president you will learn years in office, political party, birth place and more.
Learn about U.S. states capitals. For each state capital you will learn the state, area, population, time zone, area codes, website and more.
Here is the complete text of the U.S. Constitution. The original spelling and capitalization have been retained.
Database size is more than 99MB. It will be downloaded when the application is run first time. We recommend you to use Wi-Fi connection.
1. History – every article you ever viewed is stored in history.
2. Favorites – you are able to add articles to favorites list by clicking the “star” icon.
3. Managing History and Favorites lists – you are able edit those lists or clear them.
4. Various Settings – you may change application’s font and theme (choose one of several color themes).
5. Random article of the day widget. To see the widget in the list the application must be installed to phone memory (dictionary database may be installed anywhere).
This app contains advertising.
Fora Dictionary should be installed to use this dictionary.
# Articles: 260
Download size: ~ 5 MB
SD-card space used: ~ 5 MB
Install, extract to SD-card and uninstall.
Dictionary Manager > Dictionary > "Delete permanently".
The World Factbook 2009, https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/
Create a separate profile and use suggestions to browse countries.
• Suggestions as you type
• Installable packages (WordNet, FOLDOC, Factbook, Moby)
• Automated downloads (ENG-DEU, DEU-ENG, ENG-HUN, HUN-ENG, ENG-CZE, ENG-TUR, CRO-ENG)
• Support for StarDict, XDXF, DSL, DICTD and Plain (TSV) dictionary formats
• Wikipedia (with suggestions and random)
• Wildcard search
• Full-text search
• Fuzzy search
• DICT protocol
• Profiles (grouping)
• Reader mode
• History and navigation
• Word list with notes
• Clipboard activation
• Find in page
• Query API
• Reader friendly
• Tablet friendly
• Portable, all-in-SD configuration
• This app is ad-supported and supports up to 5 dictionaries. Ads and the 5-dicts limit can be removed permanently by purchasing a license code using the License Manager app.
• There is also a version that works identically on Android/iOS/Windows/Mac/Linux. Desktop versions are distributed as freeware and can be used to set up dictionaries on a computer.
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