Ultralingua Dictionaries
Ultralingua Dictionaries
7.3.2

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Ultralingua Dictionaries for Mac7.3.2

11 February 2019

International language collegiate dictionaries.

What is Ultralingua Dictionaries for Mac

Ultralingua Dictionaries redefines dictionary software for Mac OS X. Redesigned from the ground up for Mac OS X Leopard, Ultralingua 7 combines award-winning dictionaries with verb conjugation, gorgeous Core Animation flashcards, integrated discussion forums, number-to-text translation, and much more.

Features
  • Extensive dictionaries, rich with definitions, translations, usages notes, and more: French-English, Spanish-English, German-English, Italian-English, Portuguese-English, Norwegian-English, Latin-English, Esperanto-English, Spanish-French, German-French, Italian-French, German-Spanish, Portuguese-Spanish, and English and French definitions and synonyms.
  • Lightning-fast live search. Use any form of a word (in most languages) when searching.
  • Flashcards. Create color-coded flashcards, and then test yourself with the beautiful Core Animation full-screen flashcard view. With Flashcard Autocomplete, creating language flashcards has never been easier.
  • Conjugations. From pluperfect to subjunctive, conjugate any verb in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, or Portuguese.
  • Word Hunt. Playing a word game? Word on the tip of your tongue? Try wildcards and advanced search options.
  • Customizable hotkey. Define and translate in most apps: Word, Mail, Preview, Safari, Firefox, and many more - even when Ultralingua is closed.
  • User interface localizations: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German.

What's new in Ultralingua Dictionaries

Version 7.3.2:
New:
  • The search box will now be automatically selected when you launch the app. Just open Ultralingua and start typing to search.
  • Added a button next to the language drop-down to make swapping between search directions easier
Fixed:
  • VoiceOver labels were added to a few buttons that were missing them

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jeanms@span.ch
jeanms@span.ch
Feb 2 2021
7.3.2
4.0
Feb 2 2021
4.0
Version: 7.3.2
Easy and effective...
Bento de Espinosa
Bento de Espinosa
Feb 20 2014
7.1.12
5.0
Feb 20 2014
5.0
Version: 7.1.12
I use it everyday! :-)
Odysseus
Odysseus
Nov 26 2012
7.1.12
3.0
Nov 26 2012
3.0
Version: 7.1.12
Overpriced and mediocre
Prologos
Prologos
Jul 24 2012
7.1.12
0.0
Jul 24 2012
0.0
Version: 7.1.12
Yep now its crashing by opening Pfreferences :-(
trungpt
trungpt
Jan 14 2011
7.1.7
4.0
Jan 14 2011
4.0
Version: 7.1.7
That would be much better if users can add their own dictionary, can convert from other formats to Ultralingua's formats. More about this, please see babylon for windows, there are many dictionaries made by users which are published at babylon.com. The reason for this is that Ultralingua's authors cannot make dictionaries in all languages such as Vietnamese, there is no English-Vietnamese dictionaries OR Vietnamese-English dictionaries.
Systematic
Systematic
Aug 2 2009
7.1.6
4.0
Aug 2 2009
4.0
Version: 7.1.6
I'm a teacher and a professional translator. I've been using Ultralingua through all its versions since around 1999 when it was one of the first electronic dicos for Mac on the market. Over the years I've experimented with, but definately not bought, many others on both Mac & PC. I use Ultralingua for Spanish/English, German/English, and German/French, and the monoligual French dictionary and thesaurus. Pros: Simple download and ease of installation. Wide lexical base for collegiate and non specialised pro use. Speed: results as-you-type. OneClick back translations. Lots of examples of language in use. The grammar sections, the conjugator, the embedded forum, and best of all the HOTKEY (which launches the app automatically) are all additional features that don't come with most other dictionaries in the same price range. The flashcard feature is useful in teaching situations. Cons: Minor: Needs some improvement to the language selector system when working in multiple languages on one document. Not enough free upgrades to the lexical databases. Could do with an 'insert' button to put a found result directly into a work document. Summary: I've always appreciated its uncluttered resizable interface and results display. The lexical info is excellent and offers more than most dicos in the same price range, including IPA pronunciation, irregular German plurals, pre and post spelling reform, and regional variations. There may be an occasional word missing, but it is not a intended to be a complete lexis for every language in the range of products, and does not mar its quality. Other dictionaries from large traditional publishers have a similar rate of inaccuracies. Particularly useful is the conjugator although I don' t personally use it much except for rare subjunctives etc. Very stable application, rarely if ever, causes any crashes. Low memory and CPU consumption, and can be left runnig in the background. I think the bad reviews are spam from competitors or people using old versions. I've always had good, friendly service support and a refund for anything that didn't work. Those who don't get replies from customer service probably don't express themselves politely enough. I'm very satisfied, I buy the pay-for upgrades willingly, and I see no need to change.
Kaz219
Kaz219
Jun 23 2009
7.1.4
3.0
Jun 23 2009
3.0
Version: 7.1.4
The good: - configurable hotkey - good dictionaries The bad: - impossible to get the translation of a link. It will have the same effect as clicking the link. Apple's dictionary can select the word without clicking the link. But maybe this is a private API from Apple. - Expensive updates in my opinion, considering that the dictionaries aren't changing very much (even if Ultralingua people do say the contrary) The ugly: - no cross-dictionary translation: if I hover my mouse over a french word, I'd expect for ultralingua to display all possibilities, in all dictionaries I have, instead of displaying "no match in the english dictionary" and me having to manually choose the french dictionary. Example: translating "comment" should give me the english and the french meaning (which is totally different) at a glance, without me having to choose the correct dictionary manually. Generally speaking, it should display all translations in the same window. And the user should be able to decide in which order the matches are displayed (first matches in english dictionary, second in english-french dictionary, and so on...). Just like Apple's dictionary does.... - no way to resize this small translation window (the one appearing when pressing the hotkey).
Iscreen
Iscreen
Jun 3 2009
7.1.5
0.0
Jun 3 2009
0.0
Version: 7.1.5
Can confirm "Deja Vue" review and an existing problem about this so called 7.1.5 update. But there is more than this if you follow the d/l link: http://www.ultralingua.com/en/download-mac-dictionary.htm You can read: "Current version: 7.1.5". Have tried to d/l the Ultralingua French-English Dictionary there: http://www.ultralingua.com/downloads/macosx7/Ultralingua-ENG-FRE.dmg.gz The result is a 7.1.4 version. Have emailed the Technical Support about it on the 29 of May without any response yet, in spite of their: "It's been sent! Thank you for submitting your support request. We will reply as soon as possible -- usually within one working day." No World-class software without world-class support, guys!
Deja-Vue
Deja-Vue
Jun 1 2009
7.1.5
0.0
Jun 1 2009
0.0
Version: 7.1.5
The "Update" button in my 7.1.4 version does work - but I am getting message that 7.1.4 version is the newest one - besides 7.1.5 is out there for more than three days!? Do I need to go to the web site and to download the update, or Ultralingua update "machine" is not working properly? Ultralingua is among very few greatest language apps (Mac/Leopard). I don't mind paying for upgrades from time to time (but not more than $20). Many thanks in advance, prof. Deja Vue
Pablito
Pablito
Mar 29 2009
7.1.4
4.0
Mar 29 2009
4.0
Version: 7.1.4
I bought almost 2 years ago the version 6. It's a amazing software. I like the interface, and all the features, really simple and direct to use. Whatever I did not upgrade to version 7 because to me it's a little bit expensive. I have two dictionaries. Ultralingua is the best dictionary to Mac nowadays. I hope they keep the good job, with some small improvements, and also a little bit less expensive updates.
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  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later

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