Arabic Dictionary 8.1 – iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch
We are happy to announce we released Arabic Dictionary 8.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It is a bilingual dictionary for students and travelers featuring English and Arabic searches, automatic translation of sentences, pronunciation of both English and Arabic words, plus flash cards and games to help you have fun learning a new language fast.
- Search over 94,000 English words and 96,000 Arabic words to find exactly the word you need. Translate phrases and sentences too.
- Don’t know how to pronounce a word? No problem—Arabic Dictionary will pronounce both English and Arabic words for you.
- Fast and fun learning with the new Word Fight Multiplayer game. Challenge your friends and anyone on the Internet to see who has learned the most. The best way to learn a new language.
Designed For Travelers AND Students
Need a quick translation? Arabic Dictionary will instantly translate email messages, Twitter tweets, Facebook updates, and LinkedIn messages—plus you can look up any other sentence and copy and paste the translation into other apps.
And don’t worry about going offline when you travel. Arabic Dictionary includes the full English/Arabic dictionary and word translation database when you get disconnected from the Internet, so you can always find the word you need wherever you are. And it will still pronounce English words for you offline too, so you can say them just right.
If your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch is online, then you get access to Arabic Dictionary’s full range of features, including automatic links to Wiktionary to help you learn new words by exploring their history.
You also get neutral pronunciations of both Arabic and English words so you can master saying them correctly before you try to include them in a sentence with intonation.
And, of course, you can bookmark any definition in English or Arabic so that you can quickly refer back to an essential word without having to search for it again—a great time saver.
A Fun Study Tool For Students
Students will love the study tools built into Arabic Dictionary. It all starts with a basic flash card tool with Arabic on one side of the virtual flashcard and English on the other.
If you need a little more help, you can switch to multiple choice mode where you choose the answer from a list of words.
Or you can guess what character is missing from a word using the fill-in-the-blank game—a learning technique that prepares you for real-life composition and translation by testing your ability to improvise in a foreign language.
And, when you get tired of the hard work, you can relax—but continue studying—by playing a few rounds of Word Fight Multiplayer. Each game challenges you and your competitor to answer seven questions—and whoever answers the most questions correctly wins.
Of course, a student’s ultimate goal is fluency, so Arabic Dictionary doesn’t ignore all of your hard work learning a foreign language. Arabic Dictionary rewards your progress with an Achievements tracker, and puts you on its Leaderboard to motivate you to keep learning, increase your score, and quickly attain fluency.