Dictionary Turkish English

Dictionary Turkish English

By BitKnights LLC

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2010-04-26
  • Current Version: 10.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 75.54 MB
  • Developer: BitKnights LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 31 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Dictionary Turkish English App Ratings: 3.5
Based on 31 App Reviews

Dictionary Turkish English App Details

Selling over 500,000 dictionary apps * More than 139,000 translation pairs * High quality English & Turkish speech engine (via In-App Purchase) * Integrated Google/Bing Translate * Phrases & Synonyms * No internet connection required (except Google/Bing Translate & Wiki search) BitKnights makes quality apps for people who love or use languages. That's why we have been developing this app for 7 years now, and will continue to do so in the future. Our Turkish English Dictionary & Translator is an easy to use, lightning fast, user friendly dictionary with a huge database. This universal app will run on iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch, so you only have to purchase it once and you can install it onto all of your devices. Features: - More than 139,000 translation pairs - Automatic language detection in search mode - Accentuation independent search - Quick search in browse mode: jumping to the right part of the dictionary while typing - Detailed view of the chosen word with phrases and synonyms - Word linking in detailed view: clicking on any word will show the word in a new detailed view - Speech in detailed view: clicking on any word will pronounce you the selected word or phrase (High quality English and Turkish speech via In-App Purchase. Need to pay only once/language!) - Copy in detailed view: long tapping on any word will copy the word or phrase - English synonyms (via In-App Purchase) - Integrated Google/Bing Translate (Internet connection is required!) - Integrated Wiki search (Internet connection is required!) - History of dictionary and translator lookups - Favorites: you can add or remove words - Settings with color schemes, icons and night mode - Email dictionary translations If you like our app, please review it.


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App Reviews

  • boo

    By mhndrsn
  • 111tomcat111

    By 111tomcat111
    horrible , they didn't tell about having to buy the voice separately- and it is only a dictionary- doesn't say full phrases. i want my money back please
  • Displeased

    By Jordie Applesauce
    If you plan to travel to Turkey, you will most likely disable your data plan because it is too expensive. I did, and i am constantly unable to translate normal words, like walnut. The dictionary doesn't even have "to be" or any conjugation guide. Look further.
  • Practical

    By A30na
    A practical and nice dictionary!
  • This app is 10 out of 10

    By Faig masimov
    Easy to navigate, helpful tips, big range if words and expressions. Many options that let you save your own wordlist. Worths of its money. I recommend everyone who wants to buy it. You wont regret....
  • Great App

    By Sunday Night Watcher
    I live in Turkey and it is a great app when I cannot remember the Turkish word that I am wanting to say at the last minute
  • Good stuff

    By B777mac
    Works fine
  • Good overall

    By NelsonAponte
    The dictionary is not bad, although I've found some small issues in my 1G iPhone. Sometimes when typing the correct whole word, it appears in the -1 position (so to speak), so I have to scroll up to find it. When the history page starts growing up, the app tends to get slow, so I have to do some housecleaning. Finally and most important, sometimes a word is presented with so many translations that the important or meaningful ones are hard to find.
  • Not helpful

    By Μαρεσειοιελλινες
    Tried to use this when shopping in turkey for items and it was practically useless when trying to look for basic words like jam,honey,oregano
  • Better than SlovoEd

    By Tom Brosnahan
    I've used the SlovoEd English-Turkish dictionary for several years. It appeared to be derived from Soviet-era technical dictionaries. It seemed the only one available. I didn't like it much. I just got the BitKnights dictionary, and it is far, far better, both in terms of vocabulary and interface design. It has many more of the words one wants for daily use in-country, and for reading literature, and fewer of the commercial, technical, engineering and scientific terms with which the SlovoEd product was encumbered. The interface makes it easier to get a quick clue as to the meaning of the word itself, and of phrases in which the word may be used, including idioms. What's missing is some of the older (Ottoman-era) and more literary terms. I know, can't have everything, but that's why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5. Reviewers of earlier editions of this product have said some of the definitions are incorrect. I'm fluent (but not perfect) in Turkish, and I have not found that to be the case, but I have only been using this product for a short time. Tom Brosnahan, TurkeyTravelPlanner.com