QuickDic restored

Uses data from Wiktionary to generate dictionary files that can be used offline. These can be downloaded from within the app.
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
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What's New

- fix crashes for anyone with really old v6 dictionaries installed
- add search history (last 10 searches, press "search" on on-screen keyboard if you want to be sure a word is added to it)
- web view (blue links) now respects theme and certain font settings
- minor speed improvements
- minor bug fixes

In previous version:
- Completely new updated set of dictionaries
- Some accessibility fixes
- Modernized app icon for Android 8 (Oreo) and later
- Fix bullet texts in dictionary being cut off
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Additional Information

Updated
May 1, 2020
Size
4.6M
Installs
50,000+
Current Version
5.5.4
Requires Android
2.3.3 and up
Content Rating
Permissions
Offered By
Reimar Döffinger
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