Windows® Phone 7 version of Dictionary.com Released
For those who are associated with languages in some form or the other, Dictionary.com needs no special introduction. It is claimed to be the most trusted online dictionary available on the Internet. It is the place where you get accurate meanings and pronunciations of words, that too for free.
Off-late many entities, in an effort to make their online resources more convenient to access, have released tools and apps, which their users can access from their phones. Continuing with this trend, Dictionary.com has released its mobile version for Windows Phone 7. The app, also called Dictionary.com, is free to download and access. All you need to work with it is an online connection.
The makers of the app have made sure that it is as convenient to access for its users as possible. As soon as you open the app, you would see the search bar right on the top. You can work with this app in both Landscape and Portrait mode. The app also keeps track of the previous search history. You can also easily switch between the Dictionary page and the Thesaurus page.
Some of the noteworthy features included in the app are:
• The app delivers trusted reference to over 2,000,000 words with their meanings and pronunciations. You can also make it read out the word for you to get a clear understanding of its pronunciation.
• You can also share the data of the app with other communication tools and social networking platforms such as e-mail, sms, Facebook, Twitter, etc.
• As with the Internet version of Dictionary.com, you can access content such as Word of the Day, The Hot word, Question of the Day, and Spanish word of Day with this app.
So, if you ever come across a new word while reading a magazine or a newspaper, or from an orator in a meeting, you know where you can get to know all about it. All in all, it’s a must have for all the Windows Phone 7 users.