|By PR Newswire||
|August 28, 2014 01:05 AM EDT||
-- Learn English with your smartphone
CHICAGO, Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Encyclopaedia Britannica®, Inc., has announced the release of Britannica Arabic-English Translator, a new and improved version of its popular and accurate Arabic-English dictionary and translation app, for Android. The free app is available now with an updated design and many new and dynamic English language learning features.
Britannica English includes a comprehensive Arabic-English dictionary with hundreds of thousands of usage examples and audio pronunciations. Bilingual translation is easily done from any screen of the app and supports single-word and full-sentence translation.
Users can learn and practice English with Word of the Day, vocabulary games and flashcards in various topics including banking, health care, e-mail, texting terms and more. They can create personal word lists that include recent dictionary look-ups and saved favorite words, for ongoing practice. Registered users also benefit from saving their quiz mistakes automatically to their personal zone.
The new app was created in cooperation with Merriam-Webster, America's leading dictionary publisher, a Britannica subsidiary. "We are pleased to introduce this useful app designed specifically for Arabic speakers who want to master American English," said Merriam-Webster president and publisher John M. Morse. "Britannica English provides our users with quality dictionary content and engaging features that will enhance the language learning experience."
The new app is now available free to Android users (Android versions 4.0 and up). For details or to download the app, please visit the Google Play store:
Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. is a global leader in education publishing whose products are available in a range of digital media, including online and mobile devices. The company markets a variety of curriculum products for schools, online learning services, encyclopedias and other reference works. The company is headquartered in Chicago.
Merriam-Webster Inc. For more than 150 years, in print and now in digital media, Merriam-Webster has been America's leading and most-trusted provider of language information. Our Web sites and apps offer guidance to tens of millions of visitors. Our publications include Merriam-Webster's Collegiate® Dictionary and dictionaries for English-language learners. Merriam-Webster products and services are backed by the largest team of professional dictionary editors and writers in America.
For more information, visit www.Merriam-Webster.com
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