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Terminology is a browser for the English language. Both dictionary and thesaurus, Terminology is designed to make it easy to explore words and phrases, diving down to more and less specific terms -- accessing the web for more detail.
- #1 in the iPad Reference Category
- #25 in the iPad Top Paid Charts
- Listed in "New & Noteworthy" and "What's Hot" on the App Store home page
"The features available in Terminology will make it one of your favorite Reference apps in no time."
:: Padgadget (http://blitl.us/termr4)
"Terminology is lightning fast, has a great interface about it, and performs duties as a dictionary quite well. I would say it’s a completely safe buy, and...you should at least give it a try if you’re in need of a mobile dictionary."
:: MacStories.net (http://blitl.us/termr1)
"Terminology is an instant favorite for me on the iPad. It ticks off all the right boxes – a good, clear purpose, great design, and a pleasure to use."
:: Just Another iPad Blog (http://blitl.us/termr2)
"After my examination, I’ve determined that Terminology deserves to be on the iPad of anyone who is remotely interested in writing."
:: TouchIntel (http://blitl.us/termr3)
"Browse the entire English language in a flash, and search for synonyms or antonyms. Use Terminology to get through that dreaded English paper or dissertation in record time. You’ll never fumble a word again!"
:: iPad.net (http://blitl.us/termr5)
Terminology is the perfect tool for anyone interested in honing their language. From writers working on the next great novel, to marketers crafting the perfect tagline.
- Pleasant, book-like, readable interface.
- Offline use.
- Definitions, synonyms, antonyms.
- More and less specific words.
- Returns to last application state on launch.
- In-app web browser with quick links to look up terms at Wikipedia, Wiktionary and other sites.
- Star favorite words for quick access.
- History of terms browsed.
Terminology's data is based on the Princeton University WordNet project.