Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Add pop-up dictionary to Android

WordLookup helps you to add a straightforward thanks to explore for the definitions of words you are reading in several humanoid apps.

If you are acquainted with the iOS pop-up wordbook, you'll surprise why a similar practicality is not designed into humanoid. On iOS, you'll be able to choose words in most apps, and simply access their definition.
WordLookup is associate humanoid app that may provide you with that very same convenient and ubiquitous wordbook. The one restriction once victimization the app is whether or not or not the text are accessible for long-press choice -- as not each app permits this. able to check it out? Let's get started:

Step 1: Grab a copy of WordLookup for your Android device.

Step 2: When you come across a word you want to lookup, press and hold to highlight it.

Step 3: Next, press the share button on your Android and choose WordLookup (it will probably be first, as opposed to alphabetical with the w's).

The pop-up definition will appear on the bottom of the screen for a few seconds. This time length can be adjusted by opening the actual WordLookup app. You can also enable the text-to-speech option to hear the word and definition read out loud.

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