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Description

The largest German-English dictionary application on the iOS platform with data from Europe's leading Bilingual Dictionary Publisher.

• Complete and Unabridged. This dictionary has an exhaustive list of headwords with the richest content available in any German dictionary.
• Countless example sentences and idioms, with full coverage of regional words and meanings.
• Conjugation feature for all German and English verbs.
• No internet connection required.
• Example sentence and Idiom search.
• Every word within the definition screen is hyper-linked to allow for speedy cross referencing.
• Favorites and History features.
• Closest word match list for search misspellings.
• Intuitive and innovative interface, designed specifically for the both iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.

This 7th edition of the market-leading Collins German Dictionary (Complete & Unabridged) is designed for advanced learners and professionals using German. It draws on Collins' unique multimillion word databases of contemporary language to ensure the user has the most complete and accurate picture of real language today.

Combined with Cole Zhu's unique and powerful dictionary search engine, this app is the most complete and advanced German-English Dictionary on the app store.



Please visit below to see more details and how our dictionary different from others in the app store.
http://en.colezhu.com/collins-german-dictionary

What’s New

Version 2.3.1

Fixed the bug that conjugation window does not open on the iPad

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Schmal07 ,

Why the changes?

I have loved this app, but in the newest version they made a few changes that I cannot understand.
1. The search backwards function was removed. Why? Sometimes when I hear someone say a new compound word or a verb with a new prefix that I didn't know, I only catch the end of the word. Searching backwards was helpful.
2. I find that separable prefix verbs are now listed in the conjugation tables incorrectly. The participle of vorstellen is now listed as gevorstellt? Or gemitbringt? Having lived in Germany almost a year now, I have never been surprised by such new participles in conversation. Or is there some new fancy way of editing dictionaries that I don't know about? And since when did verbs like this get conjugated as: mitbringe, mitbringst, etc.?
3. Before, I didn't have to capitalize a German noun when typing it in to look it up. Lazy me, I know, but it was quick, and quick is what a dictionary should be. (There isn't a special section in printed dictionaries for words that are capitalized in the beginning - you just go to the letter) But now, if you don't capitalize correctly in the search bar, the word doesn't show up. It just makes it that much slower.
App still gets 3 stars, because it is still incredibly useful.

ACTG ,

Why no updates?

Just spent $36 on a program that has not been updated in years — and looks like it. Disappointed.

daschles ,

Worth the price

Very comprehensive and terrifically useful for a learner

App Privacy

The developer, Cole Zhu Inc., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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