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Lingo Quiz Lite


Lingo Quiz is a flash card application for advanced learners who want to break a limits of fixed word lists or manual typing of new words and translations.

Import words from everywhere, translate them on the go and learn with the help of four different study types. It is easy to open web site on desired language and import all content to your own dictionary. Automatic translation protects you from manual searching and typing.

Application is shipped with different interface languages and set of dictionaries for most popular languages including English (IELTS), Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, French, German, Russian, Czech, Polish.

Supported translation services (online):
- Google Translate
- Microsoft Translate
- Yandex Translate

Supported external dictionaries (applications):
- Abbyy Lingvo
- Google Translate
- ColorDict
- GoldenDict
- Fora Dictionary

Contains functionality limitations. Please obtain full version to have import from files, full access to supported online flashcard services, backup to Dropbox, schedule options and voice support in study mode.

Recent changes:
[+] Backup to SD Card / Dropbox
[+] Word distribution setup
[+] Silent period for notifications
[+] Translate via ABBYY Lingvo (APP)
[+] Ability to mark words as learnt
[+] Ability to repeat only wrong answers
[+] Ability to ignore typos
[+] Scrolling of word cards
[+] Locale-specific comparison for typing
[+] Dictionary statistics improvements
[~] New minimums for study parameters
[~] Descending sorting by time for words
[~] Fix for orientation change on ICS
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4.1
User ratings
196
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
1301 kb
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About Lingo Quiz Lite
Lingo Quiz is a flash card application for advanced learners who want to break a limits of fixed word lists or manual typing of new words and translations.

Import words from everywhere, translate them on the go and learn with the help of four different study types. It is easy to open web site on desired language and import all content to your own dictionary. Automatic translation protects you from manual searching and typing.

Application is shipped with different interface languages and set of dictionaries for most popular languages including English (IELTS), Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, French, German, Russian, Czech, Polish.

Supported translation services (online):
- Google Translate
- Microsoft Translate
- Yandex Translate

Supported external dictionaries (applications):
- Abbyy Lingvo
- Google Translate
- ColorDict
- GoldenDict
- Fora Dictionary

Contains functionality limitations. Please obtain full version to have import from files, full access to supported online flashcard services, backup to Dropbox, schedule options and voice support in study mode.

Recent changes:
[+] Backup to SD Card / Dropbox
[+] Word distribution setup
[+] Silent period for notifications
[+] Translate via ABBYY Lingvo (APP)
[+] Ability to mark words as learnt
[+] Ability to repeat only wrong answers
[+] Ability to ignore typos
[+] Scrolling of word cards
[+] Locale-specific comparison for typing
[+] Dictionary statistics improvements
[~] New minimums for study parameters
[~] Descending sorting by time for words
[~] Fix for orientation change on ICS

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A Google User
Apr 9, 2014
Очень удобно Возможность последующей тренировки введенных слов делает это приложение универсально удобным практически для любого языка. Рекомендую.
A Google User
Aug 5, 2013
Great app for learning with flashcards from quizlet)
A Google User
Jul 15, 2013
I don't understand how to use it!
A Google User
Nov 3, 2012
Unintuitive Guys have to work on usability. After initial launch, it is unclear what we are supposed to do.
A Google User
Nov 3, 2012
Unintuitive Guys have to work on usability. After initial launch, it is unclear what we are supposed to do.