Euro-Japan dictionary

Euro-Japan dictionary


Euro-Japan dictionary is a Japanese dictionary which supports not only 4 major European languages: English, French, German and Spanish, but also 2 search modes: online or offline search. The latter is useful when the internet is not available or its connection is not free. Supported input methods are Kanji, Kana and Romaji in Japanese. By purchasing “Euro-Japan Gold” you can freely choose among 4 translation languages (i.e. you can translate Japanese to English, French, German or Spanish and vice-versa at will), otherwise you are limited to a local language recorded on your mobile. Internet makes your search more pleasant thanks to thousands of pictures and connection to Google-Map. Since the desktop and mobile versions have a common database and interface, you can use the both devices after a minimum learning time.

Recent changes:
This is an urgent update because some devices might crash previous versions if you are still using Android version 2.3.x We have also enlarged some graphic elements for tablet users. You may also need to download a new version of the database by initializing it, if it is about an upgrade.
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About Euro-Japan dictionary
Euro-Japan dictionary is a Japanese dictionary which supports not only 4 major European languages: English, French, German and Spanish, but also 2 search modes: online or offline search. The latter is useful when the internet is not available or its connection is not free. Supported input methods are Kanji, Kana and Romaji in Japanese. By purchasing “Euro-Japan Gold” you can freely choose among 4 translation languages (i.e. you can translate Japanese to English, French, German or Spanish and vice-versa at will), otherwise you are limited to a local language recorded on your mobile. Internet makes your search more pleasant thanks to thousands of pictures and connection to Google-Map. Since the desktop and mobile versions have a common database and interface, you can use the both devices after a minimum learning time.

Recent changes:
This is an urgent update because some devices might crash previous versions if you are still using Android version 2.3.x We have also enlarged some graphic elements for tablet users. You may also need to download a new version of the database by initializing it, if it is about an upgrade.

User reviews of Euro-Japan dictionary
Just started learning Japanese and this is the best dictionary so far. I use it on my Android device all the time to help me with my reading comprehension. I love the fact that I can search in Kanji, Kana and Romaji. 1000s of visual images make my learning experience more interactive. Good job!
Jan 1, 2013
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 9, 2014
Great app! I recommend this app 100%
A Google User
Dec 7, 2014
Perfect Best tool to have when learning japanese. Im currently taking classes and find this app great value in helping me
A Google User
Dec 7, 2014
Great This app has saved me a few times with my clients. While the free version is great I recommend the paid version. Thanks!
A Google User
Jun 7, 2014
Excellent for Japanese language lovers.... As a Japanese language student I found this Android Japanese English dictionary to be a very useful app. It is very simple and it can be used to translate Japanese to English and vice versa. So it can be useful to Japanese people who want to know English words. At that time GUI also get changed to Japanese. It is a very impressive feature. Other than that all the offline search, cross reference, choose the fastest server for download the offline data are some powerful features I saw in this app. There are even medical, scientific and technical words which helps a lot for beginners as well as professionals.
A Google User
Jun 7, 2014
Thumbs up!!! My parents usually travel to many countries for their business stuff. They accompany me with them most of the time. I understood that travel can offer adventure, escape and relaxation for even the most tightly wound workaholic, but a language barrier can add stress back into the equation. A good electronic dictionary can help remove that barrier. My favourite language translator Euro-Japan dictionary has become a good travelling companion that makes my journeys more enjoyable and safe when I'm at Japan. It runs smoothly on my Galaxy S advance and also it offers speedy translations of Japanese to English, German and French. It works well when the internet connection is available. It gives me a look at the other side by putting the most useful foreign words at my fingertips. So I recommend this app for travellers in Japan. Five stars!!!