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Learn a Different Language with BVocabulary
Google Translate comes very handy when you don’t speak English or need help translating things into other languages. However, this is not always available to us (and dictionaries are too bulky to carry around). With this in mind, XDA member bokiteam released an app last year called BVocabulary, which is a multi language dictionary that can be used as an aid to learn a new language or simply a tool to get out of a situation where you desperately need translation and don’t have a computer with internet around. The app is free, but there is a paid version as well that includes more features.
This app has been undergoing some major updates in the last few months and the dev will be releasing a new version called BVocabulary Vivid scheduled for July of this year.
I would like to introduce a muti-language dictionary and vocabulary learning aids application.
It’s called BVocabulary.
Please watch the DEMO Video in youtube first
The major problem in beta are some popup messages not displayed in English yet … however, I think it is not a big obstacle to use this software.
I didn’t pack them to cab file, you could copy and then use it directly, this version are free to use/test until 2009/10/01. ( after deadline, it will disable some functions )
You can find more information in the application thread.
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