We were enchanted by dDurian’s debut puzzle game ‘Potions!’ (yes, the ! at the end of the title makes it that much cooler) to the point we awarded the game four out of five stars and kept in touch with the developer about a major update set to change the
The recently released iPad Guided Tour videos reveal that Apple has indeed included a full English dictionary in the iPad as well as new spell checking options, neither of which are available on the iPhone or iPod Touch. Added to the copy and paste menu is a new "replace" menu, which offers a number of similar words you could use. Keep in mind this doesn't work like a Thesaurus, the words offered are similar in spelling, not meaning. Some apps, such as iBooks and Pages, also offer a "dictionary" menu item which pops up the definition of the selected word in a pop-up next to the word. The guide videos frequently mention the use of the "built-in dictionary," which seems to indicate that this will be available in all native apps, not just the new iWork applications.
Software developer Apimac announced the release of English-Italian, English-German and English-Spanish dictionaries for the iPhone and iPod touch on Friday. The applications promise a comprehensive and up-to-date dictionary with grammatical notes; a huge phrase book containing thousands of English phrases with their translation, an exhaustive business dictionary for helping users to compose commercial letters, send emails and make phone calls in the language of the user's choice.