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Nate02ㅗ노좆 on Sep 17, 2012 for German English Dictionary and Trans
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Excellent
Best out there!
Trix Von Korndog-Esterhazy on Sep 16, 2012 for German English Dictionary and Trans
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Platform: iPhone 4 Review Date: 09.09.12
This current version operates with a decent amount of stability on my hardware. Only a couple crashes with frequent use over the course of a week. Offline search is useful and efficient; thesaurus and text-to-voice features are paid add-ons.
Brett Hamilton Johnson on Sep 10, 2012 for German English Dictionary and Trans
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Great App!
Overall this is an excellent app. It's the easiest dictionary app I've used. I also use the French and Italian apps as well
pilot_joe on Sep 8, 2012 for German English Dictionary and Trans
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Works great
Been in Germany for a visit and this makes looking up new words a cinch.
nanobeep on Sep 6, 2012 for German English Dictionary and Trans
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Indispensible
I am thankful for this App. The off-line capabilities alone makes it fantastic. It has a large database and has rarely failed to return matches. And, the author(s) are responsive. Indispensible. I agree with the other reviewer about the organization and speed of the old version, but the new one will catch-up. Feature wish-list: - online/web doc with simple manual, which might already exist - wildcard for searching, like "*heit" returning anything ending with heit, though honestly * is a pain to enter on the iphone kbd, perhaps a space. - leo.org-like descriptors: coordinating conjunction, subordinating conjunction, adjective, tech., fig., usw. and perhaps others like nom/dativ/akkusativ, usw.
john heasley on Sep 2, 2012 for German English Dictionary and Trans
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