[MobilePRwire] – Android users can enjoy new reading experience from integration between ABBYY Lingvo Dictionaries and Moon+ Reader. With the new translation ability, reading books using Moon+ Reader goes as follows: select an unfamiliar word with a long touch, find a “Dict” item in the context menu and tap it to get a brief dictionary entry containing popular translation alternatives and recorded pronunciation. A single tap on any entry will launch the Lingvo app with detailed information on an unfamiliar word.
Starting today, Android users can enjoy new reading experience from integration between ABBYY Lingvo Dictionaries and Moon+ Reader, a most popular eBook application, via ABBYY’s dictionary API. Now it is easy to get instant and precise translation of words and set expressions in up to 30 languages directly in the text, without switching attention away from the reading material and leaving the app.
With the new translation ability, reading books using Moon+ Reader goes as follows: select an unfamiliar word with a long touch, find a “Dict” item in the context menu and tap it to get a brief dictionary entry containing popular translation alternatives and recorded pronunciation. If the requested word is found for several different language combinations at time, you can simply switch among dictionary entries looking up translations belonging to each language pair. A single tap on any entry will launch the Lingvo Dictionaries application with detailed information on an unfamiliar word collected from multiple dictionaries including: translation alternatives, transcriptions, synonyms, and word usage examples.
ABBYY Lingvo Dictionaries for Android is a mobile dictionary application that provides fast and accurate translation of words and phrases without Internet connection when at work or leisure, studying and travelling. It delivers reliable dictionary content from authoritative publishers and supports smart search for misspelled or inflected words in various general translation, explanatory, idiomatic and subject dictionaries. With ABBYY Lingvo, you can access more than 250 dictionaries for a total of 30 languages and create your own custom dictionary sets, ideal for your goals. Through the new dictionary API, ABBYY Lingvo Dictionaries can now be integrated into any other application for Android providing very easy word translation, advanced dictionary support and creating even more enjoyable user experience.
For leveraging Lingvo translation feature when reading books with Moon+ Reader, both applications should be installed on the same Android device. Moon+ Reader will forward translation queries to Lingvo and then display the results to the user. Moon+ Reader, Moon+ Reader Pro and Lingvo Dictionaries are all available via Google Play. For more information about Moon+ Reader, please visit www.moondownload.com/. More information about ABBYY Lingvo Dictionaries for Android is available at www.abbyy.com/lingvo_dictionary. You can also find some more details on ABBYY’s dictionary API at www.abbyy.com/lingvo_android/api/.
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