ASIAN LANGUAGES SUPPORT FOR MSDICT

Jun 25, 2007
25 June, 2007 - ASIAN LANGUAGES SUPPORT FOR MSDICT

Mobile Systems, a leading provider of productivity softare and dictionary content for smartphones and PDA, added Asian languages support to the award-winning dictionary solution MSDict. With the Asian languages capabilities, Mobile Systems announced the immediate availability of a couple of dictionaries - the Oxford Beginner's Japanese Dictionary and the Oxford Beginner's Chinese Dictionary for Palm OS, S60 and Windows Mobile Pocket PC and Smartphone.


ABOUT THE MSDICT DICTIONARY SOLUTION

The MSDict dictionary format offers best experience language reference and is available for different mobile platforms as S60, UIQ, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile Smartphone and Pocket PC, Palm OS, Symbian Series 80 and Series 90, and for Windows desktop PCs.

  • Quick dynamic search of words while you type
  • Transcriptions facilitating pronunciation
  • Stylish user interface
  • Hyperlinks between different related words
  • Wildcard filtration feature (the use of "?" replaces a letter and "*" replaces a group of letters within words)
  • Support of multiple dictionaries installed at a time

    AVAILABLE DICTIONARY CONTENT

    MSDict offers dictionary content from trusted publishers as Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press and PONS.

  • Over 30 bilingual and monolingual Oxford dictionaries to and from most used European languages and a number of English reference books. The list of dictionarues includes the German, Spanish, Italian and French Pocket and Concise Oxford dictionaries and a Russian and Portuguese dictionaries
  • Bilingual dictionaries to and from German by Erns Klett Sprachen
  • The Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary and Cambridge Dictionary of American English

    PRICES AND AVAILABILITY

    The MSDict Oxford Beginner's Japanese Dictionary and the MSDict Oxford Beginner's Chinese Dictionary are currently available for S60, Palm OS, and Windows Mobile. BlackBerry, UIQ and Java versions will be released by the end of the summer of 2007.

    The software has 30 days free trail and can be purchased for 19.99 USD from Mobile Systems home site and all major mobile software stores such as Handango and Nokia Software Market.

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