Language software company Ultralingua, makers of popular download dictionaries and a highly-rated online dictionary, have released the much anticipated update to their popular Ultralingua dictionary for Windows. The release follows requests from language learners for more interactive dictionary features.
Loring Harrop, General Manager of Ultralingua, comments: "People all over the world are gravitating toward more interactive software. There are clear trends in user ratings that tell us people want their software to do more. We met these needs with features like our flashcard generator - users can create sets that work for them."
The flashcard generator isn't the only improvement to the dictionary software. It comes with a new interface that allows searching as you type, updated language databases, and an improved hotkey feature. Ultralingua partner brands Collins and Simon & Schuster now have products available to Windows users as well.
Harrop continues, "Our hotkey feature has always been a fan favorite. Users can look up words in any document or program using their Ultralingua dictionary with a single click. With Ultralingua 7 for Windows improvements we expect to see yet another boost in its popularity."
Discounts are available for current Ultralingua users, and anyone can try the software out with a 10-Day Free Trial download.
Available language sets include English, French, French-English, Spanish-English, German-English, Italian-English, Portuguese-English, Latin-English, French-Spanish, French-Italian, French-German, Spanish-German, Spanish-Portuguese, English-Esperanto, and English-Klingon.
About Ultralingua, Inc.
Ultralingua, Inc. (ultralingua.com) was founded in 1997, with a mission to develop high-quality language tools for the business, education, and travel markets. What started as a French Dictionary for the Mac platform has turned into a leading provider of software and web-based dictionaries and language tools. Our products are used by HarperCollins, the Government of Canada, the UN, the Peace Corps. Ultralingua’s dictionaries are compiled by a team of language professionals, including linguists, university professors, and professional translators.