Ultralingua releases four new translation dictionaries

Summary: Ultralingua adds four new dictionaries to their selection: German-Italian, French-Portuguese, Italian-Portuguese, and Spanish-Italian options are now available for Mac and iOS.

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July 11, 2011

(Minneapolis, Minn.) Language learners and speakers worldwide celebrate the release of four new translation dictionaries from Ultralingua this week. The new dictionary and verb conjugation apps are available now for iOS in the App Store and for Mac at Ultralingua’s website.

While Ultralingua already offers popular reference tools for German, French, Portuguese, Spanish, and Italian learners, their new dictionaries provide much-needed additional combinations. Each of the new dictionaries contains thousands of entries with multiple translations for various contexts and meanings, key to reference for language learners and native speakers alike.

The new dictionary apps for Mac and iOS include:

Each of the new titles includes verb conjugation and number translation in both languages. Ultralingua’s unique verb conjugators can display any verb in all standard tenses and forms. They detect irregularly conjugated entries, so learners can find the root verb for any unfamiliar conjugation.

The launch of these four dictionaries marks a milestone in Ultralingua’s history as their first completely new dictionary publications in several years. CTO Jeff Ondich comments, “We couldn’t be happier about the release of these new dictionaries. Robust reference tools for combinations like German-Italian and French-Portuguese are scarce, so publishing a set of Mac and iOS apps that learners of these languages could depend on was important to us.”

iPhone and iPad versions are available at Apple’s App Store ($19.99 USD) and Mac versions ($34.95 USD) can be downloaded from Ultralingua’s website for a completely free 10-day trial.

About Ultralingua:

Ultralingua, Inc. makes software for people who love languages. We have been developing high-quality language tools for business, education, and travel since 1997.

Our apps are available for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Windows, the web, and other mobile devices. Ultralingua’s dictionaries are compiled by a team of language professionals, including linguists, university professors, and professional translators. Our uniquely collaborative approach to software development results in applications that represent the best in design and linguistics. Connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube to learn more about us. You can also learn more about our apps in iTunes App Store.