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MSDict for BlackBerry

Nov 10 2005
A new platform added to support the MSDict dictionary software. Mobile Systems released the MSDict Viewer and 9 best-selling dictionaries by Oxford University Press for Blackberry devices. The posted dictionaries include several titles of the Oxford Pocket series, among which are the Pocket English dictionary and Spanish, German, French and Italian bi-directional dictionaries.

MSDict 7 for Palm with New Learning Features and 3 more Oxford Dictionaries

Oct 10 2005
Mobile Systems, Inc., the leading developer of handheld dictionary and reference software, announced today the release version 7 of their dictionary reader MSDict Viewer for Palm OS. MSDict Viewer 7 comes with an additional learning application MSDict Wordbook specially designed to facilitate the language learning process. The application allows you to:
  • Create your own word lists
  • Easily memorize selected words
  • Check your learning progress

    Oxford Concise French, German and Spanish Dictionaries
    The new version is coincides with the release on three new dictionary titles by Oxford University Press. Mobile Systems extends their product line with the following dictionaries:
  • Concise Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary -
  • Concise Oxford-Duden German Dictionary -
  • Concise Oxford Spanish Dictionary -

    Pricing & Availability:
    The MSDict Viewer 7 is bundled with each of the commercial dictionaries by Oxford University Press and Mobile Systems. Depending on the dictionary the prices vary from $24.95 to $39.95 for the Oxford Concise series dictionaries. MSDict Viewer is also available as a stand-alone product. Owners of the viewer program can purchase just separate dictionary titles. Registered users Owners of MSDict can upgrade to MSDict 7 for $9.95.
  • Diets 5 for Palm OS

    Aug 26 2005
    You want to look great and feel great? Try the latest version of Mobi Systems Diets 5 -the most effective diet program for PDA ever developed. The new Diets 5 is empowered with the National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, release 17 that is developed by the Nutrient Data Laboratory (NDL) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, The foods base includes about 6,840 different foods with their nutrient content. You can plan your meals, track your weight and exercises, and get the nutritional information you need to reach your weight goals. Record and monitor your calories and graph your progress in time. In addition to the ability to create your own diet plans you can use the new Sample Diets included in the program...
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