1,000 - 5,000 downloads
by Arv Vee on 07/07/2014
I was impressed with the free version yesterday and upgraded to the paid version just now. Excellent word bank. There's even a phrase translator. Does that work even without an Internet connection? Paid version was $10 - I was about to spend more on a paper dictionary. Happy with my choice!
by J Tekmonkey on 23/06/2014
Gives both English and French
by Ian Hetherington on 28/04/2014
The new edition is the best app for French verb conjugation.
by Adoni Mjedovi on 26/04/2014
I have the paid version and it is totally worth it. I've been using it for a few months now while living in Québec and it has been a tremendous help and has helped me learn a lot in a short time. A great tool for self-study as well. If you are motivated and you want to learn French this is the best app. When I had a problem I wrote to them and got an inmediate response. Five stars and thanks for t
by Fred Sistler on 26/04/2014
Two language format very helpful. Occasional crashes, but not a real problem. I use it a great deal.
by Adam Cooper on 18/04/2014
One of the best english-french helpers. I use both Android and iOS versions of it on my tablet and iPhone respectively. Very handy with audible pronunciation. I think it's a bit cheek to charge extra for translation credits though (use Google Translate instead for this). Recommended ☺
by Giang Doan on 17/04/2014
Quick, Simple, Text-to-Speech for both English and French
by Lesley Horne on 17/04/2014
The French pronunciations are clear, & the additional contextual examples very helpful. Highly Recommended
by Colin Watson on 09/04/2014
Nice and clear.
by Furrukh Siddiqui on 31/03/2014
You can learn much easily from your palm
by Yalçın YAVAŞ on 23/03/2014
Excellent dictionary. Well done. I recomend to everyone who needs a good and friendly french dictionary.
by Eddie Clark on 19/03/2014
by Ian Brockhurst on 19/03/2014
Extremely useful app. Does everything I need including pronunciation. The best French language app I've tried, by far.
by Sean Ryan on 18/03/2014
by Tony Littlejohn on 13/03/2014
I started with the free version but quickly moved on to the paid one. Unlike Fre-Eng dictionary from LN, that is very good, this one DOES HAVE the male/female be ders marked. On top of which the verb forms are to be found in both the dictionary and the conjugator. You will find it hard to find a better version.