American Heritage Dictionary - Fourth Edition
American Heritage Dictionary - Fourth Edition
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American Heritage Dictionary - Fourth Edition2.0.1

05 March 2009

America's favorite dictionary.

Overview

The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition...icon America's favorite dictionary!

This iPhone/iPod touch version has the entire 2,074 page, 7.5 pound dictionary with its nearly 300,000 terms—plus sound—all available instantly at your fingertips.

Main Features:

  • entire text of this best selling book
  • complete front matter and appendicies
  • three-way cross-referencing
  • real-time progressive look-up
  • wildcard searches
  • bookmarks with notations
  • automatic history
  • zoomable graphics

(This all works as a stand alone application and no Internet or WiFi connection is required.)

The content in this newly updated edition, features revised biographical and geographical entries as well as up-to-date charts and tables for topics such as world currencies and chemical elements.

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Dlfoster
22 August 2008
Version: 1.0

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This app has a watermark logo sprayed on the screen when in browse mode. Although less obtrusive than than the one initially present on the smaller desk version of the application, the vendor apparently can't take the hint from their users that we don't want any watermark logo on any page. Period. Although most of the blame likely belongs to Apple, this very large app thoroughly crashed my iTunes/iPhone on the initial sync to install it on the iPhone. Subsequently my iPhone refused to display stored media, play custom ringtones, and ... successfully launch ANY application other than than those that came pre-installed on the iPhone. It required a complete restore (i.e., many hours) to get things working again. And I am still reentering data that iTunes allegedly stores into a file that never actually works. I'd recommend passing on this until they remove the logo watermark and Apple writes some software that actually works.
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Dlfoster
22 August 2008
Version: 1.0
This app has a watermark logo sprayed on the screen when in browse mode. Although less obtrusive than than the one initially present on the smaller desk version of the application, the vendor apparently can't take the hint from their users that we don't want any watermark logo on any page. Period. Although most of the blame likely belongs to Apple, this very large app thoroughly crashed my iTunes/iPhone on the initial sync to install it on the iPhone. Subsequently my iPhone refused to display stored media, play custom ringtones, and ... successfully launch ANY application other than than those that came pre-installed on the iPhone. It required a complete restore (i.e., many hours) to get things working again. And I am still reentering data that iTunes allegedly stores into a file that never actually works. I'd recommend passing on this until they remove the logo watermark and Apple writes some software that actually works.
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