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[3.0+][APP]Define - Offline Dictionary With A Different Approch [Updated][18/10/2014]

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9th August 2014, 07:13 PM   |  #1  
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Define - Offline Dictionary

Define - Offline Dictionary allows you to browse word meanings without a network connection.This application allows users to search using the simplest and fastest method available.This application contains over 100,000 words and its definition.It searches web if the meaning is not found offline.Define has a single minded purpose of helping you to find the word you are looking for. No annoying "word of the day" features and no cheesy embedded games. Define helps you get what you need done and continue on with your day.

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Features
  • Word Search
  • Search From Any other application (See Video)
  • Search By sharing the word and selecting Define to open it
  • Online word search also available (initiated only if word is not found offline)
  • Define Widget for Home screen and Lock Screen
  • File Size is only 9 Mb
  • No Extra downloads required
  • Simple and Easy Design
  • No Ads

This is an initial version.Need support for improving the application.Suggestions are welcomed.

Instruction
  1. Open Define
  2. Click Settings Icon which shows the Floating Icon
  3. Close Define
  4. Long press the word you want to get Meaning from any application and press Copy Button ( copy)
  5. Click on the Floating icon to display meaning

To close the floating icon.Open the application and click on settings icon again
or
double click on the floating icon.


Download

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...m.vivek.define

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XDictionary does the same thing, but in a far less intrusive and much cleaner way.


Last edited by davelee1054; 9th August 2014 at 08:00 PM.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by davelee1054

XDictionary does the same thing, but in a far less intrusive and much cleaner way.

Hi,

mine works in every application.
eg : you can open chrome,adobe reader,Office applications,Chat apps,etc
just open the application->click settings icon which enables the floating Icon->Open any other application which supports copying text (all app supports that) - > Copy the word you need to know about- > click on the floating icon and you will get the meaning.

Also XDictionary needs to root the device and install Xposed Module.But Mine DO NOT require ROOT.
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Will try it later, I looked at XDictionary, but I don't want to install Xposed :P.
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Post Xposed Module
Hello again,

This is My first time working with Xposed Module.I have tried to create a Xposed Module for this application.But I need someone to test the Xposed Module.I am attaching the apk file.please try it and report.I am not sure if it works.
I haven't uploaded this to playstore as it is not tested.

How To
  • open any application
  • select the word you want to get the meaning
  • and you can see the Paste | Define as the menus

Last Updated : 11/8/2014 9:52 PM IST

Please post a screenshot if it works.
if it is not working please report back.

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New Version with more words have been updated to play store

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...m.vivek.define
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