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  1. Kailana
    Kailana November 12, 2012 at 3:35 pm |

    Oh, thank you! I have a tablet and I can’t find a reading app that lets me read my Netgalley and such books. I will have to see if I can get this one. :) I can! What version do you use? I am getting the free version just to see what it is like… Also because the Canadian prices are more than the ones you listed… (surprise, surprise…)

    1. Rebecca Reid
      Rebecca Reid November 12, 2012 at 8:10 pm |

      Kailana » I got the premium one because I really wanted a downloaded dictionary. Otherwise, it’s only an online link. So I have French-English, Spanish-English, and English dictionaries all on my tablet. They aren’t the best, though, so I often still look up things online since the French I encounter is in Victorian-era novels! There is nothing wrong with the Lite and I did use that for a while. There are ads too, for that, but if you are not online, then they won’t show up (but, then, of course, you can’t use the online dictionary of the lite version with no internet connection). Enjoy! I’ve been quite pleased. There are a few things that could be better, but everything has room for improvement, right?

      1. Kailana
        Kailana November 15, 2012 at 2:05 pm |


        So, I used the reader for the first time last night and I really like it. I am relieved that I can finally read on my tablet. It was supposed to be a new e-reader, as well as other tablet benefits, and then I couldn’t find anything I liked! I was worried I was going to have to get a new e-reader after all! Thanks for this post! I might upgrade at some point, but the free version is working well so far.

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