Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Dictionary German <-> English ADVANCED 2.3 ipa by PONS By Paragon Technologie GmbH


  • $24.99
  • Category: Reference
  • Updated: Jul 08, 2011
  • Version: 2.42
  • Size: 130 MB
  • Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish
  • Seller: Paragon Technologie GmbH
Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 2.0 or later

A comprehensive dictionary with 775,000 headwords, phrases and translations

Do you talk to German or English friends in your spare time? Do you read or write in German or English in a wide range of subjects – privately or even professionally? Do you deal with German or English-speaking partners in your everyday working life?
Then the dictionary German <-> English ADVANCED from PONS is the perfect tool for you!

Who can benefit in particular from this app?

Everyone who speaks German or English in their everyday life, their spare time or as part of their job or who works on German or English texts.

About the contents:

•Bi-directional: German => English and English => German
•Current and comprehensive vocabulary containing around 315,000 headwords and phrases and more than 460,000 translations
•With vocabulary ranging from everyday language to modern specialist terminology
•With context examples, information on language use and lots of other important information on grammar
•With American, Australian as well as Austrian and Swiss German vocabulary
•With info boxes for culture, country and people
•With IPA phonetics

What can the app do?

•Instant look-up directly on the device
•Pronunciation: Listen to numerous headwords spoken by native speakers
•Search for English headwords in any form you like (declined or conjugated)
•Don’t worry if you’re not sure how to spell a word – the similar words or wild card search function will find what you are looking for
•Vocabulary lists: Add words that you want to learn to your ‘Vocabulary lists’. Use the vocabulary list quiz as a quick and effective way to learn the words!
•Jump from one language direction to the other with just one click: from ‘English => German’ to ‘German => English’ and vice versa. Access linked entries, equally with just one click
•Use the history function to call up your last 100 word searches again – at a click
•This application provides 100% offline functionality. You do not incur any roaming charges

What appliances does the app run on? (‘Compatibility’)

iPhone/iPod touch:
iOS 3.0-4.0

iOS 3.2
Memory required: 130 MB

Is the size of the dictionary right for me?

50,000 headwords and phrases
Ideal for everyday and leisure use (the most important vocabulary)

75,000 headwords and phrases
Ideal for adults who want to learn the language or for use at language schools/adult education centres

130,000 headwords and phrases
Ideal for everyday, leisure and business use (medium-sized vocabulary)

130,000 headwords and phrases
Ideal for students from 5th grade up to graduation

315,000 headwords and phrases
Ideal for everyday, leisure and business use (large vocabulary)

345,000 headwords and phrases
Ideal for everyday and business use (large vocabulary featuring a wide range of business terms)

390,000 headwords and phrases
Ideal for professional users, such as teachers, students, translators, engineers, lawyers, computer scientists, medical experts, etc. (the most comprehensive vocabulary collection that PONS has to offer)

About PONS:

PONS has been developing green materials for learning languages and dictionaries for life for more than 30 years: for school, business, travel and hobby use. More than 500 dictionaries and courses in languages as diverse as Chinese and Hungarian help you to learn and check words – regardless of any prior knowledge you may or may not have. Since everybody’s approach to learning differs, PONS offers a comprehensive range encompassing everything from classic dictionaries and grammar aids to audio and software language courses, right up to apps and free online services, such as the language portal featuring dictionaries in 12 languages and German spelling rules in their entirety. For more information, visit

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