English Japanese Dictionary
by: Vietlevelsoft • 34
There are two classes of dictionaries. One, the almighty translator coming in-built in your Android. It's great, that drinks from your data plan. Two, dictionary apps that can be used offline. Oh, yes, there's a third class but you shouldn't care about it.
This app is an offline dictionary, ad-supported in its free version, ad-free if paid. It comes with a complete glossary of terms arranged by topics as any conversation guide, that same guide you would buy if were going to travel anywhere abroad.
Of course, as any other glossary, a basic knowledge on the language is always a great help, otherwise at least you will have at handy basic terms as hello, thank you and please. Add an smile of yours and karma will do the rest.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Sep 04, 2013
You can easy refer to over 50,000 words for English-Japanese Dictionary(offline dictionary) and mp3 and 150,000 words for English-English Dictionary(offline dictionary). Especial you can search two dictionary for a word(Two in one).
you can easy refer to 2500 conversational sentence English and pronunciation for each sentence. it is very well for translation, converse following context
Topic 2:Post office
Topic 3:Thanks sorry
by William Twentyman
Mar 19, 2014 | "OK"
Type in "ame", you get no results. Type in "あめ", you get no results. Type in "rain", you get tons of results. Sorry, almost every other dictionary goes in BOTH directions.
by mequias calabio
Oct 29, 2013 | "Awesome"
I love japanese language so i thats why ill rate you 5star cool app. And getting 2 know more a lot japanese words
by Mavado Angelo
Sep 17, 2013 | "Awesome"