Get Your English On with the XDictionary Xposed Module
We’ve all likely had the pleasure of coming across words while using our phones that are beyond our literary grasp, and this can prove to be extremely annoying. The typical solution in such cases is to switch to the browser and quickly Google the word in question, or alternatively, open a dictionary app and look up the word. However, doing so breaks the workflow and isn’t very user friendly.
For those of using the Xposed Framework, XDA Senior Member perseuso807 has come up with a delightful solution in the form of a module that adds a “Define” action to to text input fields next to the “Paste” action. Just like that, the previously tedious procedure becomes a one-click action.
In its current form, the module only supports text input fields and the English language, but the developer states that he has an expansion planned. Head on over to the module thread to get started. Needless to say, you must have the Xposed Framework up and running for the module to work.
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