Do you remember those times when doing homework meant going to the library or looking up the words in large and heavy encyclopedias? Some of you do and some of you don’t, but the truth is that those times are over now and life (and homework) is much easier and, depending on how you look at it, less fun.
For years now, we’re used to doing the homework with our computer, looking up everything we need to and sometimes even letting Internet do our whole work. It’s more comfortable, we know. But now technology has made it even easier, as we don’t even need to be at home to finish our school tasks and everything can be done from our mobile phones.
That’s why we wanted to talk a bit about three of the most looked up applications in the market: Wikipedia, Wordreference and The Bible.
Yesterday, the Official Wikipedia was launched. We already had tons of wiki-apps in the market but none of them was the official one. It’s definitely easier to browse through it now, not having to use the internet browser and making the process faster and more comfortable.
Of course, most of the features are includes, you can easily change the language, save articles to read later and share everything you find interesting enough. Even if it doesn’t have a widget yet, it’s one of the most useful applications and there are no apparent bugs so it’ll become quite an indispensable tool for the daily life in no time at all.
WordReference is one of the most popular online dictionaries, easy to use, helpful and fast. With more than 10 languages that include Spanish, French and even Arabic, it’s a really complete tool for looking up words and checking your vocabulary doubts in the forum. So yes, it’s practically the same as the website, one of the most helpful websites out there, definitely a must-have.
This kind of online comprehensive dictionaries, when used wisely, can help a lot to translate single words that translators as complex as Google’s can not contextualize properly. An other virtue is that they grow when needed thanks to users’ help so they can be considered rather updated at any time.
Finally, nobody should be struck by the fact that, as the Bible is the most popular book, Bible apps are maybe the most downloaded ones. If you want to read and share your favorite verses directly from your Android device, you should really get this Bible app or any other. It includes more than 50 languages and there are several features that allow you to write your thoughts about a concrete verse, share it with your friends and even use the app offline. Totally recommended for those interested in reading the word of God on a daily basis.
Disclaimer: we wouldn’t want to make any of our friends all over the world feel bad for choosing the Bible as an example of reference app. In AndroidZoom listing you’ll find Quran, Eastern Philosophy and any other reference Android app ever developed. Test our search bar out or browse the category ‘books’ and sort by popularity or rating.
That is all for today; we’re sure you have more suggestions of helpful apps for looking up and using daily, don’t hesitate and let us know about them. Have an excellent week and don’t forget to do your homework and ask for help to your Android!