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.
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.