Collins German-English Translation Dictionary and Verbs
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Download the world’s leading German-English dictionary, revised and updated to cover all the latest vocabulary in both languages. The perfect dictionary app for advanced learners of German – newly redesigned for iOS 7.
“Solid design...impressive.” — USA Today
“My favorite.” — New York Times
• 125,000 German-English translations
• 75,000 German and English phrases
• 15,000 fully conjugated English and German verbs
• Searches as you type – no waiting for results
• Understands misspellings and conjugated verbs
• Full phonetic German pronunciations
• Translate numbers to words (e.g., turn “230” into German)
• All the latest vocabulary from the internet, computing and business
• Updated slang, idioms, regional variations and usage examples
• Tap any word to find reverse translations and conjugations
• Save favorites and search history
• Control font and size for perfect readability
• Universal app works on both iPhone and iPad
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What's New in Version 2.4.2
• Repaired a bug that caused the app to crash after updating on some devices. • Sped up launch. • Eliminated network access. • Miscellaneous bug fixes and performance improvements.
Great app, with one little issue
This is easily the best German dictionary app. A lot of care was put into making the interface clean and intuitive.
The only issue is that it's clumsy to close definitions. You open a definition by tapping on the word, but to close you have to click on a little "arrows" button on the other side of the screen. The definitions also stay open forever, so after awhile a bunch of definitions are open. I'd expect them to be closed automatically at some point, like when you open the app.
I have the French and German dictionary apps from Collins, and both are grear because they will parse words for you, and you can put an inflected word into the search bar, and it will give you the meaning of that form and the dictionary definition of the base form. Very, very helpful for learning a language. I used the French one to read a book; I didn't know French when I started, but can read it fine now,clargely thanks to the Collins dictionary. Highly recommended.
- Category: Reference
- Updated: Nov 07, 2013
- Version: 2.4.2
- Size: 27.0 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
- Seller: Ultralingua, Inc.
- © Ultralingua, Inc. 2013
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.