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.

Note: I am not the original author, but I took over maintenance of it after being surprised by the removal of the original QuickDic app.
The original dictionary files got lost, all have been regenerated and are using a new, more compact format.
If you are missing dictionaries you rely on please request them. Also say if you spot any significant issues with the new dictionaries.
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

- New AR-ES dictionary
- Show best match when searched word not found

Previous versions:
- Significantly smoother scrolling in many cases
- New DE-TH dictionary
- Minor bug fixes
- context menu entry to read a whole dictionary entry instead of just one word
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Additional Information

Updated
April 20, 2018
Size
3.7M
Installs
50,000+
Current Version
5.4.5
Requires Android
2.3.3 and up
Content Rating
Permissions
Offered By
Reimar Döffinger
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