Free Mobile Dictionary Application

Karachi, Pakistan (PressExposure) April 07, 2009 -- iDictionary is new generation free mobile dictionary application. iDictionary provides you with prompt word spell checking and definition, thesaurus, besides helping you to improve your vocabulary, all in one. It turns your handheld into a mobile teaching instructor that is always at hand. Wherever you are; at home or on the move. Using state of the art mobile phone technology and power of MSN Dictionary, iDictionary mobile application doesn’t install any dictionary in your mobile phone, so saving space & memory of your mobile phone and enables you to discover far more words than a conventional paper or electronic dictionary.

Key Features:

FREE Registration, application download & installation NO HIDDEN cost & complex installation process NO hassles to download JAR files Easy-to-use for non-professional mobile users Compatible with all Java/WAP supported mobile phones, Symbians, PDAs, Pocket PCs, and Smartphones Unlike other applications it won’t install any dictionary in mobile phone, so saving space & memory of your mobile phone Power of extremely fast and reliable regularly updated dictionary server Accurate, clear and concise definitions; irregular noun, verb, and adjectival inflections are spelled out in full Organizes words by their semantic meaning Guidance on grammar and Spell check Read and improve your vocabulary with daily new “Word of the day” feature Read daily new “Quote of the day” Read and improve your knowledge with feature “On this day” Share cell phone reviews with your friend, family, and colleagues.

To download and install the application direct you mobile set to http://iMobile.us/wap or visit http://iMobile.us

About imobile

iMobile.us is free mobile applications portal, offering mobile application for all Java/WAP supported mobile phones, Symbians, PDAs, Pocket PCs, and Smartphones.


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Press Release Submitted On: April 03, 2009 at 12:10 am
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