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Version 126.96.36.199 released on February 22, 2013
1. Compatible with iPhone 5 2. Fixed bugs: Cannot export dictionaries from the free version to the full version.
Version 188.8.131.52 released on May 26, 2012
Support to export the purchased dictionaries to the full version. Bug fix.
Version 184.108.40.206 released on April 06, 2012
improve the quality of translation
Version 220.127.116.11 released on January 29, 2012
• Collins dictionaries • Automatically load screenshots • Recognition and translation of the entire paragraphs • Chinese Pinyin • Multiple accents for text-to-speech • Add support for iPad and iPad2
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60% off for the celebration of Oxford Dictionaries joining in. Original Price: $4.99, Special Offer: $1.99 CamDictionary is featured in Apple iPhone 5 TV ad. Got stuck in a totally unfamiliar language environment? When you could not manually input text for translation, even the most powerful electronic dictionaries would be just useless! CamDictionary – your personal translator anytime and anywhere! CamDictionary is a professional instant translator application. Why choose CamDictionary? Because it is professional 【Collins dictionaries】 ---- Together with the world-famous publisher Collins, now we’re glad to bring multiple Collins dictionaries to you, allowing you to get the most authoritative word explanations. 【Instantly translate】 ---- No need to take photos, no need to wait. Focus words in the camera viewfinder, and the translation results will be just there. 【Capture and translate】 ---- Get the translation results for full sentences easily and conveniently. 【Translate between 37 Languages】 ---- CamDictionary supports translation between 37 languages. 【Built-in local dictionaries】 ---- Get results from local dictionaries when no network is available. The application has built-in Chinese-English Dictionary and English-Chinese Dictionary. 【Text-to-speech】 ---- Listen to pronunciations of translated text by native speakers. 【Vocabulary book, search history , result sharing, and more】 Because it is unique 【Recognition and translation of the entire paragraphs】 ---- Load pictures, and select multiple lines for recognition and translation. 【Automatically load screenshots】 ---- Tired of choosing pictures manually? CamDictionary is able to automatically load screenshots for recognition and translation. 【Manually select pictures for recognition and translation】 ---- Just select a picture, and CamDictionary will automatically recognize and translate the text on it. 【Chinese Pinyin】 ---- CamDictionary can now show Pinyin for Chinese characters. Learn Chinese more easily from now on. 【Multiple accents for text-to-speech】 ---- You may choose from Chinese Mandarin, Cantonese, and Taiwan Mandarin to listen to for the Chinese text. And also because 1.CamDictionary is able to recognize up to 16 languages, including Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, English, Korean, Japanese, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Danish, Norwegian, Hungarian and etc. 2.CamDictionary supports up to 18 languages for pronunciation, including English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, German, Russian, Portuguese, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, and Swedish. The differences of CamDictionary Free version from the full version include: 1. Users of free version can recognize and translate 300 times for free, and 5 times per day afterwards (after you buy any in-app dictionary, this restriction will be removed). 2. Text-to-Speech is not available in free version. 3. Free version contains advertisements. We’d love to hear your feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org Check out other INTSIG products: CamScanner – Intelligent Document Management CamCard – Professional Business Card Reader IS Contacts Kit - Back up all your contacts!
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Another great guest post brought to us by Florence Broder, content manager at AppsFlyer. In this article, Florence gives us a few tips on deep linking and warns us about its misuse. When it comes to the desktop links users are accustomed to jump from site to site and from medium to medium with ease. It’s not an issue to see a link on social media or an email, click it, and it brings to the …