Oxford, UK (PRWEB UK) 24 February 2014
"We are very pleased to work with Samsung to bring our best-selling dictionary for learners of English to users of the new Samsung Galaxy tablet devices,"said Paul Riley, Director of Channel and Partnerships at Oxford University Press. "The Oxford Advanced Learner’s A-Z app helps you understand what words mean and how to use them. The app supports Samsung’s multi-view feature so that you can keep your dictionary open in one window while running a different app in a second window, making it an ideal tool for reference and for study purposes."
"We're delighted to provide the Oxford Advanced Learner's A-Z app for our users with quick and easy access to over 180,000 English words, their meaning and pronunciation,” said TJ Kang, SVP of Samsung.
Users who download the Oxford Advanced Learner’s A-Z to their new Samsung Galaxy NotePRO and TabPRO will have fast and easy access to 183,000 words, phrases and meanings. Simply tap to instantly look up a word or use advanced search. The app also allows users to customize their view of information using the My View feature. They can also listen to real-voice audio for all words plus 116,000 example sentences, accessible via in-app purchase for online or offline use. Selected words are also viewable as picture sets to help with learning related words.
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