Verba-Android is an offline Latin-English dictionary application for the android platform based on An Elementary Latin Dictionary (1895) by Charlton T. Lewis.
The application accepts any inflectional form of a word, then presents a list of all matching inflections and lemmas, from which the definition may be accessed.
Size of Application: the apk is about 25MB, since it contains a compressed database holding the dictionary and morphological data. On first use, this database is unpacked and requires about 89MB of storage. Given this, it is recommended that you have at least 114MB of free space (though after database unpacking you will only use around 89MB of space).
Verba-Android is free software, released under the GPL. Source is available at: https://github.com/grantham/verba-android
1.0.2: Provides a fix to a bug which prevented some users from installing the application.
1.0.1 (beta): This update only contains changes to where the lexicon data is stored, first choosing the SD card if available, then trying internal storage.
1.0.0 (beta): initial release