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Posts tagged app now sporting a new look on Android
April 4, 2013 | 3:30 pm

No, dictionary apps aren't sexy. But for the avid reader, they are a useful addition. Sure, most e-reading apps and e-readers have integrated dictionaries, but sometimes it's nice to be able to look up an unfamiliar word anywhere. That's how I use the app on my Nexus 7. It's always been a functional app, but it looked like a phone app spread out on a tablet screen, not an uncommon occurrence in Android apps. Today, however, updated its app, optimized for Jelly Bean, and they completely refreshed the user interface. It's now a nice looking as well as functional... marks 20 million downloads with next-gen application
December 14, 2010 | 10:27 am

SF16800.jpegFrom the press release: Today (, the leading online and mobile dictionary, announced that its mobile products have exceeded *20 million downloads, making it the world's most downloaded dictionary across iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry platforms. Demand for apps – further evidenced by iTunes App Store's recent listing as the #2 free reference app for iPhone (#8 paid) and #3 for iPad for 2010 – is currently growing at a rate of 1M downloads/month. The company marked this milestone by launching next-gen iPhone and Android apps that offer voice-to-text functionality, access to fresh, exclusive word-related content and other features...

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