July 14, 2009

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FREE Spanish Dictionary-iCaramba

COST: Free
DESCRIPTION: Education, Languages, Native, Reference
..RELEASED: 6/28/09, VERSION: 1.0 -- RATING: 2-1/2 Stars..

FREE Spanish Dictionary iCaramba is such an easy-to-use and useful tool. Wherever, you travel, or even in your home-town, you are likely able to use this handy app. Fortunately, it lists the major words that you are likely to need in your travel communications so you won't have to go searching through a million entries. This Lite Version sorts the words alphabetically in Spanish to English, and there is audio pronunciation for all words.

"This app was originally developed as a supplement for iCaramba Spanish course. The audio dictionary is now available. Instead of cramming every Spanish word there is into this dictionary, it focuses on the 500 words you're most likely to use, and adds audio to every one of them. It is an excellent travel companion."

--Note:  This app requires OS 2.2 or later. Rated 4+.
--Tip: There are a series of other Spanish iCaramba lessons available at the App Store.
--Languages: English
--Developer: Avataris Media

Note: Prices, Ratings and Versions are subject to change. Please visit the iTunes App Store for more details, and to download:
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