New York, NY (PRWEB) July 17, 2012
Digi may be a robot, however he often gets confused when people send him words like LOL or OMG. ROFL looks like a foreign language to Digi, and he often spends more time trying to figure out these acronyms than actually chatting with friends! In order to give Digi a chance to understand his text conversations better, appsbar.com has selected “Text Dictionary” as the appsbar App of the Day.
The “Text Dictionary” app provides the definition to almost any text acronym that might come up in conversations. It also provides an Acronym of the Day and a Word of the Day feature to keep Digi up to date on all possible texting acronyms being used by his friends.
After downloading the “Text Dictionary” app, Digi now knows that LOL stands for laughing out loud, and not lots of love (like he had hoped).
Where the app can be downloaded for free:
Why Digi likes it:
There is no better way to instantly translate text conversations than through an App. Made with appsbar, this app was free to make using appsbar’s iPhone app builder, Windows app builder or Android app builder, and even better, it’s free to download.
How anyone can make an app:
Simply join the community with an email address and get started on an app. Digi, our loveable robot app coach, is there to help at each step.
http://www.appsbar.com was launched in 2011 to fill the gap between over-simplified apps and costly, professionally-produced apps. appsbar.com apps each average 500 to 1,000 downloads within the first day of being published. In 2012, appsbar became the leading developer of Android apps with more than 10,000 published. appsbar was developed by Appsbar Inc., a company founded by Scott Hirsch. appsbar has grown to a community of everyday app developers and opened the way for businesses and people to engage with friends and brands online through the development of customizable digital tools. For company contact information and partnership opportunities, visit http://www.appsbar.com
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