Larousse Francais For non-French learners or readers, it is much better to use a French dictionary rather than a two language (e.g. French-English) one. The definitions tend to be closer to the meaning of the word, and you are practising French as you use it. If there is a a word in the definition you don't know, you just click on it to go to that word's delinition. This dictionary has all the conjugations of each verb and the forms of other parts of speech in one click. Also easy to find idioms and phrases.
Poor searching engine One of the most important feature an electronic dictionary must have is a good search engine. The first time I tried to search something, the autocomplete application of my phone added an empty space at the end of the word and because of that, the application was not able to find the word. We are far from a semantics searching application.
A little better than a physical book Could be nice if the developer can index also all the words conjuge. With her demons forms in that case the search function will definitively be better than a physical dictionary. Also put the favorite in a flashcard subsystem.
Really helps for someone living or travelling in France for quick searches. Too bad I can't find the list of words I starred. I would've like to review them; I'm not a native French speaker so that possibility would have been extremely useful.
Nice dictionary, but... It seems the user has no choice of where data is stored. If SD storage were possible, this would be excellent. As is, I can't spare the room on internal storage, so had to delete. Other apps allow user to customize storage path.
This is not up to par for an app that you pay for. The experience of language feels very limiting. The experience needs to include more than simply looking for a word. There could be a word of the day option, a way to browse quotes, a widget to look up words in other apps.
Bug fixed for Android 2.2
Hypertext bug fixed
HD interface fixed