Euro-Japan Dictionary for iPad
Euro-Japan dictionary is a Japanese dictionary which supports not only 3 major European languages:
English, French and German, but also 2 search modes: search through Internet or locally.
The latter is useful when Internet is not available or its connection is not free.
Supported input methods for Japanese are Kanji (Chinese characters), Kana (Japanese phonetic characters) and Romaji (Roman characters).
From the startup screen, you have to choose a search method: Internet or local search and a dictionary: English, French or German.
If you want to use the local search, you have to initialize the database by downloading the associated dictionary through Internet (once for each language).
If you have an Internet connection, you can take advantages of Internet search: faster reponse, picture gallery, google map etc.
If you don't have an Internet connection, you can still continue to use our dictionary,
as long as the database has been initialized beforehand.
iPad version: iPad I or later
Screen size: 1024×768 pixels or larger
Processor speed: 1 GHz or faster
Where I can find it?
Connecting to Itunes Store from a browser
or launching App Store with your iPhone and search the program by typing keyword "eurojapan".
When the Internet access is necessary?
Always for Internet search mode, once during a database initialization for local search mode.
Do those 2 modes give the same results?
Yes, they come from the same database excepting for some cosmetic differences:
Internet search mode shows organic relations between words and characters.
How to change the default translation language?
By changing the default setting of your phone. Concretely, go to
Home/Settings/General/International/Language/, then choose between English, French or German.
How to know when the database on sever has been updated?
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Other Japanese language resource
Euro-Japan dictionary for iPhone is available at Itunes Store.
Euro-Japan dictionary for Android is also available at Android Market.
Version 1.0 released on November 18, 2011
This is the first release of Euro-Japan dictionary.
Last update: January 11, 2014,
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