Wednesday, 07 November 2012 12:01

Free dictionaries for Samsung smartphones


A range of dictionaries are now available free of charge to users of Samsung's Android-based smartphones such as the Galaxy S3.

A deal between Samsung and DioTek means a variety of dictionaries that previously sold for $US24.99 are now free via Samsung Apps.

The dictionaries include several from Collins, including the English Learner's, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish dictionaries.

Other publishers involved include Lingvo, Berlitz, Oxford, and Star Learners.

The range also includes bilingual dictionaries such as English-Danish, English-Vietnamese, English-Hindi, and Korean-Vietnamese.

A list of available titles (with links to the corresponding entries at Samsung Apps) is available here.


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