Terminology – the excellent dictionary + thesaurus + more for the iPad – has had an update today, to Version 1.3. Here are the notable changes in this new version:
– Spelling suggestions offered for words not found in the built-in dictionary
– Lots of little performance improvements, overall the app feels much "snappier"
– "Clear all history" button in recent list
Other improvements include standard "swipe to delete" gestures for the starred words and recent history lists …
I’m a fan of the Terminology app, and reviewed it a few months back – you can see that here: http://ipadinsight.com/ipad-app-reviews/review-terminology-app-for-ipad/.
You can find this latest version of Terminology in the App Store now, priced at $2.99.
Once again, some great participation on this one – and lots of fun 10 dollar words! Thanks to all who took part, and huge thanks to Greg and the folks at Agile Tortoise for running this contest with us.
Our lucky winners are:
- Abhishek Duggal
- Steve Nosek
Winners – congrats, and please check you Inboxes and spam folders, as we’ll be sending out your codes very soon.
Look out for more cool contests coming soon.
Terminology – the very cool dictionary + thesaurus + more combo app – is now on sale to celebrate the relsease of its new iPhone version, Terminology Ph. The app has been ranked #1 in the iPad Reference category and #25 in the iPad Top Paid charts – as well as listed by Apple in the ‘New & Noteworthy’ and ‘What’s Hot’ sections. Here’s its elevator pitch description:
Terminology is a browser for the English language. Both dictionary and thesaurus, Terminology is designed to make it easy to explore words and phrases, diving down to more and less specific terms — accessing the web for more detail.
The new Terminology app for the iPad touts itself as …
More than just a dictionary or thesaurus, Terminology is a browser for the English language
That’s a great description and the app sounded very promising when I first heard about it. I’ve been trying it out a little recently and finding that the app lives up to the promising description.