QuickDic Dictionary

4.6
682 reviews
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Content rating
Teen
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About this app

Uses data from Wiktionary to generate dictionary files that can be used offline. These can be downloaded from within the app. Both translation and single-language dictionaries available.
Use the long-press menu of a word to have your device's text-to-speech implementation speak it for you (you may need to install text-to-speech data for the language first).

If you experience app crashes I can generally see, investigate and often fix them. But if they do not get fixed I likely do not have enough information to do that, and reporting them (and other issues) on github (https://github.com/rdoeffinger/Dictionary/issues) would likely be helpful.
Note: I am not the original author, but I took over maintenance of the original QuickDic app.

Source code is available here: https://github.com/rdoeffinger/Dictionary but little documentation (in the readme.txt) so far.

The adventurous can choose to get the beta version here if you want to follow development more closely: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/de.reimardoeffinger.quickdic
Updated on
Dec 4, 2021

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4.6
682 reviews
Shouin Nelson
April 17, 2020
Very good dictionary app. I especially like the fact that I'm allowed to store the often large dictionary data files on my external storage card. Only one issue for me: There is the option for a dark theme UI, which I prefer. This works well when using translation dictionaries. However, when using the single language dictionaries, in my case English (I tried with French and saw the same result), the content displayed when you look up the definition of a word is displayed as black text on white background. This is very blinding when used in dark lighting because of the sudden switch from dark theme to a blinding bright white light in your face. I would love a consistent theme throughout.
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Reimar Döffinger
May 4, 2020
That is fixed in the latest version for all offline content. If you follow links to online content it will display the same way as in a browser still, i.e. likely white background.
Beidu Yussif
July 9, 2020
Very incredible! But work on the navigation, as you know, it doesn't have a smooth, straight navigation. But it amazed me and I thought it might be fake, when I saw the over 900,000 entry. More detailed than I can imagine. I want a dictionary like this, not to glean some scanty and handful of words that we should download as a dictionary! Such a stuff bores me like hell. God bless you!
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A Google user
February 7, 2019
Quickdic has been my most used App since I started learning Italian 6 years ago. I can now read novels fluently in Italian with the occasional reference to Quickdic. So easy to use and handy anywhere...no need for the Internet. The only feature missing is a look back to the previous word searched.
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What's new

- Fixed search where a similar sounding match was found even though an exact match existed (affected especially Japanese)
In previous version:
- Allow selecting storage location via dialog
- Minor bugfixes