The Ideal Electronic Dictionary

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Re: The Ideal Electronic Dictionary

Post by Onsid1952 » Wed 10.17.2012 11:18 am

thanks for the links.. :)

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Re: The Ideal Electronic Dictionary

Post by baskerville » Fri 04.26.2013 10:18 am

Love this app so much! It's so great it's hard to believe it's free. One of the features I like about this is the functionality to create lists of words. I was browsing randomly one time and I found the Japanese equivalent of "Immaculate Conception". It was so cool :lol: Surely, I would not have encountered that in my "normal" Japanese study.

This list creation function is also something that I loved in Sono Mama Rakubiki Jiten in my Nintendo DS.
fuzzycuffs wrote: However, all is not lost. I have found that Kotoba, an app for the iPhone is damn great. It's based on WWWJDIC and you can even use the Chinese input to draw kanji (although you of course need to know stroke order for it to work, as that's how kanji recognition really works). Also, it's free, and offline. Works great.
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