Good for looking up words when you're unsure of the principal parts, or for discovering what tense/mood you're looking at. Gives vowel quantities as well as many citations. For some reason, the field for entering queries is white-on-grey, making the text almost invisible. Definitions are sometimes not found even though the app correctly parses the word. Ian D. Scott's implementation of Whitaker's Words is a better-maintained alternative for looking up inflected forms, though the definitions are more basic.
Difficult to read The app has excellent functionality but an oddly unfriendly interface. The input bar is extremely narrow with grey print on a grey bar. The entries are white on black and there's a distracting background. You can see it all on the sample pages. It's not a good choice for frequent use.
fantastic A wonderful way to access Lewis offline. My only suggestion concerns the entry bar: white text on light gray is very hard to read. I would love to hack that, but don't know how.
Search field colours are reply badly chosen Would have been five stars but the colours make it almost unusable.
Only wish it had moon reader integration Works great. The only latin dictionary I've found that finds all the words I've searched no matter the form. I even tried some popular paid ones. I have a second only because this one doesn't have moon reader integration.
Well done Has almost every word I look up. Extremely useful and well designed. Excellent parser as well. Only gripe is the grey search bar with white letters.
1.0.2: Provides a fix to a bug which prevented some users from installing the application.
1.0.1 (beta): This update only contains changes to where the lexicon data is stored, first choosing the SD card if available, then trying internal storage.
1.0.0 (beta): initial release