Paragon Software Launches The Famous Al-Mawrid Al-Qareeb Dictionary For iPhone & Windows Mobile

26 Aug, 2010

Paragon Software Group, has launched the voice enabled Al-Mawrid Al-Qareeb Arabic-English and English-Arabic Dictionary Mobile app from the oldest and largest publishing house of Arabic books and educational materials – Dar El Ilm Lilmalayin.

Al-Mawrid Al-Qareeb is now available on the latest series of Windows Mobile devices, iPhone and iPod touch (Apple versions include iPad support for early adopters), in addition to the version released in early 2010 for Symbian S60 3rd Edition and S60 5th Edition devices.

Key Features of the app:

• 33,535 words, phrases and definitions
• Portrait and landscape views (for Apple and Windows Mobile devices)
• English audio pronunciations prerecorded by native speakers
• No Internet connection required – easy access anywhere, anytime and without any charges
• English words are translated in any grammatical form
• Read e-mails, documents, and web pages from the device and get word translations without leaving active applications (for Windows Mobile)
• Touch screen support (for iPhone, Symbian and Windows Mobile devices)
• “Fuzzy search” and wildcards (“*”, “?”, etc.) features help to find and translate words even if users do not remember the exact spelling.
• Hyperlinks between articles and directions to easily switch between related entries
• “Flash Card Quiz” to add new words to flash cards and test knowledge at leisure
•  “History” feature displays the last looked-up entries
• Possibility to clear “History” (for iPhone)
• List of similar words in case of misspelling (for Apple and Symbian devices)

OS: iPad, iPhone and iPod touch OS 2.0-3.X; Windows Mobile 6-6.5 Standard, Classic and Professional; Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC and Smartphone devices, Symbian S60 3.x – 5.0 phones.
Price:
Apple devices is available for 14,99 USD (11,99 EUR)
Windows Mobile and Symbian is available for 39,95 USD (27,95 EUR)

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  1. English Arabic Translator  |  August 26th, 2010 at 11:38 PM #

    That’s a very nice tool for an Arabic translator like me. Hope it will be available for Android as well!

    Thanks!

  2. Anonymous  |  August 27th, 2010 at 7:02 AM #

    It amazes me that they could want to charge for using a dictionary. Some old-money picking habits die hard. Oh well, Google will do it better, quicker and for free, soon.

  3. Orontes Guy  |  August 27th, 2010 at 8:35 PM #

    $15 for a dictionary, even a well known one, is an astronomical price as far as iPhone apps go.

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