Minneapolis, MN (PressExposure) October 02, 2008 -- The new products from Ultralingua offer rapid, flexible and high-quality delivery of definitions, translations, conjugations and related information, All iPhone and iPod Touch owners have free access to a limited number of requests per day or can subscribe to an economic service for unlimited access.
The new dictionary service uses a specially designed iPhone interface and can be accessed by any iPhone or iPod Touch customer via Appleâs installed Safari browser. By pointing Safari to http://ultralingua.com/mobile, users have access to the full suite of Ultralinguaâs online dictionaries -- including definitions and synonyms, as well as translations to and from many languages. Clicking on a word in a definition lets users launch a new search, conjugate a verb, or even search for examples of usage via Google. An additional feature allows users to translate numbers to text in different languages -- for example, translating â133â to âciento treinta y tres.â
Light usage of the Ultralingua iPhone dictionary is free. Those needing more than a few searches per day will want to subscribe to the service. For $29.95 per year, users have unlimited access to all of Ultralinguaâs online dictionaries from their desktop and laptop browsers.
The new iPhone product confirms Ultralinguaâs commitment to making high-quality language resources available on all of the most-used platforms. Ultralingua dictionaries are available for Macintosh, Windows, Palm OS, Windows Mobile, Windows Smartphone, and the Web. These include licenses for volume users and developer versions with APIs for integration in other applications.
About Ultralingua Inc.
For over 10 years, Ultralingua has been a leading provider of language tools for educators, translators, and business travellers worldwide. The company's product lines include translation dictionaries, dictionaries of definitions, grammar and spelling checkers, a thematic encyclopedia and sematic search technology. Ultralingua supports a wide range of platforms, including all current Windows and Apple operating systems and most mobile platforms. The company develops its own dictionaries and other language data but also includes data from others, including Collins (UK). Ultralingua is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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