Ad-Free bloat free Simple and efficient interface stays out of your way and cannot be done better. Instant access to your searched word and related terms without the internet makes this a handy reference tool for teachers or students. Most people would just Google a term, but this tool is much faster as results don't require an internet query. The auto complete for searched terms is flawless. This app is a rarity as it is a no cost, ad free tool which is truly useful.
Best Spanish English dictionary I have found I used to have this on my iPhone and part of the reason I put off upgrading to Android was that this app was not available on that platform. Luckily after I had decided to move to Android anyway, this became available shortly afterwards. In the meantime I did try various other dictionaries on my Android tablet prior to upgrading my phone but they were all very basic and didn't fulfil my need. This is well worth the money and a fraction of what I paid for the iPhone version.
Absolutely amazing I just love it. Fast, lightweight and easy to use. Everything I need from a dictionary app. It is a bit confusing though, that you can purchase all the dictionaries as standalone apps as well. I bought the Collins English app first and discovered this app afterwards. I had to pay again, so I got myself a refund for the standalone app...
Very nice interface A clean and quick reference. I would like to have some control over your size though, as the text is quite large. I don't have any use for the other dictionaries available, but what I would love to see are etymological dictionaries or other English dictionaries.
in the current situation in the united states, Espanola has and is becoming a necessity for every day life. like it or not the average English speaking citizen is faced with a culture shock. been to a government entity lately? or any job wanting the best workers for the lowest pay? and the Spanish aren't chanting "Death to America" if fact quite the opposite is true.
Screenshots a Bit Deceptive. ULD is a store front and dictionary interface. First two screenshots are from the Collins Robert Concise French Dictionary which can be purchased separately for $12.93. Other less expensive smaller French dictionaries are available only through the ULD store but fewer features. Bought all before figuring it out. Whether bought separately or through ULD, the CRCF dictionary crashes on my 4.1.1. tablet. The English-French and French dictionaries work well. French dictionary gives brief definitions in French and you can get a bit more info. English dictionary & thesaurus are free. Slick interface allows switching dictionaries for the same word.
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