69 ratings (3.812 average)
What's new in this version (1.83):
This is an urgent update to correct a wrong toolbar display at the top of screen, when the paying users change the translation language during an online search. It also clearly shows with which language you should input (English or Japanese) when the search box is empty. You may also need to download a new version of the database by initializing it, if it is about an upgrade.
Euro-Japan dictionary is a Japanese dictionary which supports not only 3 major European languages: English, French and German, but also 2 search modes: online or offline search. The latter is useful when the internet is not available or its connection is not free. Supported input methods are Kanji, Kana and Romaji in Japanese. By purchasing “Euro-Japan Gold” you can freely choose among 3 translation languages (i.e. you can translate Japanese to English, French or German and vice-versa at will), otherwise you are limited to a local language recorded on your mobile. Internet makes your search more agreeable thanks to thousands of pictures and connection to Google-Map. Since the desktop and mobile versions have a common database and interface, you can use the both devices after a minimum learning time.
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offline search is extremely slow - otherwise o.k., I guess