Moscow, Russia (PRWEB) April 28, 2007
Paragon Software (SHDD) today announced the release of the new Pack of Merriam-Webster Java-based translation software for SlovoEd, Paragon's line of multilingual dictionaries for mobiles. With this release, the award winning SlovoEd English dictionaries are available for all mobile phones with Java support.
SlovoEd for mobiles are dictionaries that contain extensive wordbases for about 30 languages, from the most respected brand in the dictionary industry. The Pack of Merriam-Webster dictionaries includes 4 popular dictionary wordbases: Third New International Unabridged, Medical, English-French and English-Spanish dictionaries.
Merriam-Webster's Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged provides with the most extensive coverage of American English and contains 476,000 entries, 700,000 definitions and numerous etymologies, synonyms, etc.
Merriam-Webster English-French & French-English Dictionary as well as Merriam-Webster English-Spanish & Spanish-English Dictionary contains words, phrases, examples and grammatical information in each direction. Merriam-Webster Medical Dictionary contains definitions of most frequently used medical terms, abbreviations and brand names. It defines and clears up the complicated language of medical professionals to people without medical background.
The powerful SlovoEd engine provides instant access to exact word translation or definition and does not require a lot of memory. The built-in morphology module helps to get the translation of the word entered in any form (for instance, plural nouns and adjectives, different verb forms), shows its base form and grammatical info. Mobile Merriam-Webster dictionaries have many useful features that provide convenience and will provide for a more clear understanding while reading books or writing e-mails.
For more information about the new Pack of Merriam-Webster dictionaries, please check http://java-software.penreader.com/Merriam-Webster_Dictionaries.html or visit http://penreader.mobi/Java/Dictionaries from your mobile device.
About Paragon Software Group (Smart Handheld Devices Division)
The Smart Handheld Devices Division of Paragon Software Group, founded in 1995, develops software for diverse classes of smart handheld devices (e.g. Palm OS, Pocket PC/Windows Mobile, Symbian OS): multilingual on-line handwriting recognition (PenReader), RAM and ROM based localization (LEng and PiLoc), multilingual dictionaries (SlovoEd), business and game applications.
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