Huge disappointment! 1. No grammar. iOS and PC versions have three forms of verbs (fx. skrive, skrev, skrevet) and three inflection forms for nouns (fx. gåsen, gæs, gæssene). Absent in Android version! 2. Speed. On a quad-core Samsung Galaxy S3 4G with 2GB of RAM it takes the dictionary 6 (six!!!) seconds to start versus 1.5 seconds on a single-core iPhone4 with 512MB. Shame for programmers! 3. Slow switching between translation directions (EN->DK, DK->EN). Users of the dictionary need fast productivity instead of fancy useless 3D effects. Even worse, the dictionary does not remember the last used translation direction. And even more annoying, the typed-in word is deleted when I change the translation direction! Surprisingly, iOS version does not have such drawbacks. 4. Readability is bad. Compare iOS and Android versions! The dictionary articles in iOS version are much easier to read because important words have different size, colour and indentation. All in all, this app is now only a rough beta version rather than a mature app. Those people who are ready to pay 200 kr for a dictionary expect something of higher quality.
Disappointed I think it is also a shame that I spent too 200kr. to buy a dictionary which does not have different forms of the word, such as (bog, bogen, bøgerne ), løbe, løb, har løbet.
Text størrelse Dictionary is great but only thing missing is permanently enable text size to large, so I don't have to change the setting each time. With phones coming out with HD screens, either upgrade to HD version or make text setting to permanent
Fix: Opdateret licenstjek, jfr. 29. marts Android update
Fix: Download af baser sker nu med Appendix, dvs når app'en downloades.