Homebrew coder Nakano has recently released a new version of AnyLanguageStudy, a handy app for studying words, grammar and characters.
Now on version 0.5, the latest release includes the following changes and improvements:
Fixed a typo sring to string which caused a crash in certain situation.
Modified logic, if word was not known immediately
PSPDictionary is a multi-language translator for PSP (PlayStation Portable) written in Python, distribuited under the GNU General Public license.
PSPDictionary allows you to translate a word or a phrase from six language: English, Italiano, French, Deutsce, Spanish and Latin.
It's possible to translate remaining offline
I have once again updated the PSPedict project started by PixelDragon. This will probably be my final release of PSPedict. At least I will not be working with it anytime soon.
How can you help with adding the missing images?
- Simply, yet time consuming
This is my first PSP / community related release ever. I have continued the PSPedict project started by PixelDragon. He was kind enough to give me the latest source code and a few tips to get started.
Basically, this is a Japanese dictionary application for the PSP
From Killer-Loop:Hey ho,here is a small lua script for the xml files of CueCards, (tiny programm for learning vocabulary and definitions) originaly planded to load even anki files, but i took a look at it and dont know where to stat, so it has to be done later ^^
Hello to all.
Today the new version release of PSPDictionary, which leads to the 2.4.1
In this new release, I simply added the slapsh the screen NeoFlash Compo 2009, and fixed a bug in the translations langtolang.com
Indeed, were previously shown only 7 translations
Hi all: I released PSPDictionary v2.4.0
In this new release, I improved the offline mode, adding the support for the translations freely distributed by Wiktionary. Now there are about 6000 translations for each language
Besides, always for the offline mode, I added a new language: the latin
PSPDictionary is getting quite a sizeable upgrade. The latest version now has support for Yahoo! Babelfish, and if you guys are familiar with how it works online, then that means you can actually translate full phrases now - not just words.
* Now the servers supported are two: langtolang.com and babelfish.yahoo.com