DioDict added to Samsung Zone
The DioDict dictionary app has been added to the Samsung App Zone in the Marketplace. The dictionary application is being described as bringing together "the most comprehensive lexical contents over the world with the rich-functional dictionary search engine."
DioDict taps into the Collins Dictionary library that includes multi-language dictionaries including English, Portuguese, French, German, Italian and Spanish. The dictionary application also has a flash card feature to help memorize definitions.
It's a nice looking dictionary application and it's free. If you own a Samsung Windows Phone 7 device, you can find in your Marketplace application in the Samsung App Zone.
Thanks goes out to David for the tip!
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NO USING THIS WITH SPELL IT!!! LOL!
Downloaded it, and it's only English for me. Perhaps if I change my regional settings to for example Spanish I can see Spanish, but in the app itself you can't switch languages...
Tap the swirly thing-a-ma-jig next to the search field. You should be able to choose your language that way.
Thnx George. That symbol made me think it was Refresh, or just 'search' if you didn't want to use Enter on your keyboard.
By Jez Corden