Android frontend for Jim Breen's WWWJDIC
Donate version available.
* Italian dictionary support
* ICS support
* full tablet support
* Japanese pronunciation (install 'N2 TTS' from Play Store to enable)
* text to speech for kanji and dictionary entry translations (English/German/French/Spanish/Italian)
* multi-radical kanji search
* kanji of the day widget
* Japanese sentence translation
* example search with approximately 150,000 examples (Japanese/English pairs)
* example word breakdown/translation
* animated stroke order diagrams for over 6000 kanji
* history and favorites
* history and favorites backup and restore
* favorites export to CSV and Anki
* handwriting recognition (including offline via the Kanji Recognizer app)
* OCR-based handwritten kanji recognition, does not require correct stroke order
* Optical Character Recognition (OCR) -- just take a picture of any kanji you want to look up
* multiple dictionary lookup (General/Japanese Names/Computing/Life Sciences and more)
* multiple languages supported (German/French/Russian/Swedish/Hungarian/Spanish/Dutch/Slovenian/Italian)
* romaji input
* kanji compound search
* kanji lookup by reading, meaning, radical or stroke count
* radical table showing radical variations
* automatic mirror selection for best performance
* Camera permission is needed for OCR
* Coarse location is needed to select the closest WWWJDIC mirror
* For more details, see the FAQ:
Email me for bug reports and feature requests:
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Release announcements and detailed explanation of new features on my blog:
BitKnights makes quality apps for people who love or use languages. That's why we have been developing this app for 5 years now, and will continue to do so in the future. Our Latin English Dictionary & Translator is an easy to use, lightning fast, user friendly dictionary with a huge database. Lightning fast translates from english to latin and latin to english.
- Voice pronunciation and input
- More than 100,000 translation pairs
- Quick search while typing (accentuation independent)
- Detailed view of the chosen word with phrases and synonyms
- Word-tap: you can tap on any word in the detailed view, to find its translations (Only in PRO version!)
- Speech in detailed view: clicking on any word will pronounce you the selected word or phrase
- Copy in detailed view: long tapping on any word will copy the word or phrase (Only in PRO version!)
- Integrated Google/Bing Translate (Internet connection is required!)
- Integrated Wiki search (Internet connection is required!)
- History & Favorites
- Moon Reader and FBReader translate support (Only in PRO version!)
- Translate by Share functionality: translate easily by sharing words with the dictionary from other apps. (Only in PRO version!)
- Translate from Clipboard notification bar: translate easily by enabling notification bar copying text to the clipboard and tapping on the notification bar. (Only in PRO version!)
If you like our app, please review it.
TTS enabled phones can SPEAK the definition.
* Three definitions per word.
* Two (session) word history.
* Tablet friendly.
* Post Quick definition to your Facebook wall.
* Tweet Quick definition.
Follow @VoiceDictionary for a daily definition, Victor Dimitry on Google+ and VoiceDictionary on Facebook.
#VoiceDictionary #LetsGetWordy #dailyGFXdef #DailyDef
Repository of Daily Definitions
SMS definition to phone.
Voice button active.
Unlimited definitions per word.
Unlimited (session) word history.
Expanded full definition with parts of speech and spoken pronunciation TV friendly.
By Tom Petersen
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Compatible with phones, tablets and hardware keyboards.
How to play.
1. Tap a letter.
2. Tap a number.
Repeats steps 1 and 2 until Check is active.
3. Tap Check to verify.
Long press a letter assigned a number to reset to a letter.
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By Tom Petersen