Paragon Software Grants 50,000 Dictionary Licenses for Windows and Android Users

Slovoed-DictionaryFREIBURG, Germany, November 21, 2014: Paragon Software Group (PSG), a software developer of the world’s most trusted dictionaries and reference applications for mobiles, tablets and PCs, celebrates its 20th anniversary by giving away 50,000 of its most popular dictionary applications for Windows PC and Android users. The premium lexicographic content from the world’s top publishers, coupled with the best features and multiple search options in Slovoed English Explanatory Deluxe, English-Spanish Classic, French-English Classic, German-English Classic, and Spanish-Italian Deluxe apps, can be immediately downloaded and used for 6 months free of charge. Slovoed dictionaries include the most comprehensive and up-to-date content from the world’s foremost lexicographers. The user can look up words and phrases in any grammatical and spelling form or even dictate them. In addition, Android devices support handwriting recognition.

With Slovoed apps, users can translate any foreign words from any document, Web page or other system apps. Requiring no Internet connection, the dictionary apps can be downloaded on a mobile device once and are a perfect compact travelling assistant without accumulating any additional charges. Also featured are audio pronunciations, the most detailed grammar information, including the morphology module, bookmarks and search history, flash cards quiz, similar words function, automatic content and feature updates, and much more in a tiny app that reinvents the traditional dictionary.

During these 20 years Paragon Software has successfully established fruitful cooperation with 40+ world’s foremost publishing houses, becoming a reliable technology partner for the leading lexicography brands, such as Oxford University Press, Bibliographisches Institute GmbH, Cambridge University Press, PONS GmbH, Langenscheidt GmbH, Larousse Editorial and many others. Moreover Paragon Software supports a number of independent publishers worldwide, making their unique titles, such as Focalbeo English-Irish dictionaries or TransLegal English Law dictionary available to the global audience.

To get a premium-content dictionary, the user first downloads a free and small catalogue, “Slovoed Dictionary,” from the Windows app store or Google Play and enters in the app’s menu one of the codes below. The commercial app will be downloaded automatically for free.

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