The (I) Investopedia Guide
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Rating: 2.1 (83 ) Cost: Free Downloads: 10,000 - 50,000
Covering everything from the basics to more advanced concepts the Guide provides thorough encyclopedic explanations of terms and concepts.
This is a fully functioning trial.
The Investopedia Guide to Wall Speak will be a compilation of Investopedia's top-searched terms under the following categories: Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds, Options & Futures, Retirement Planning, Foreign Exchange, Taxes, and "Buzzwords". The software will follow Investopedia.com's format, giving the definition of the term plus a short explanation putting the term in context--the "Investopedia Says" commentary that offers real-life scenarios relevant to each investment term.
The Investopedia Guide to Wall Speak will be an entertaining and informative book, not a heavy-duty reference guide.
The MSDict Dictionary Format
* Quick dynamic search of words while you type
* Ability to add bookmarks to favorite words
* Hyperlinks between different related words
* History to see the last 50 words you have looked up
* Filters to help you locate the word you are searching for:
* Fuzzy filter- used when you are not sure of the correct spelling of a word
* Keyword-used to locate the instances of a key word within other compound words
* Wild card - "?" and "*" replace a letter and group of letters in words
* Convenient two pane design for tablets
* Fast article scrolling
* Online and offline modes supported; the offline mode allows you to download the whole dictionary and work independently from data connections
* Ability to have dictionary Word of the day as a widget on the phone home screen
* Ability to search words in the installed dictionaries through the standard phone search feature
* Support for memory cards
Bassam - 2011-08-15
Poor app. Not comprehensive. 7 days trial is not FREE. full app ridiculously expensive.. I'd rather check the website for definitions.
Brian - 2011-02-03
Kabraxis X - 2010-11-28
sam-i-am - 2010-10-25
Josh - 2010-09-08
Just make this app free with ad support. Mc Graw Hill already extorted enough money from me in the form of college textbooks.
Dan - 2010-10-15
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