WWWJDIC for Android 1.8 Released

The new version is now available in the Android Market and the Amazon Appstore.

The major feature added in this release is text-to-speech (TTS) for kanji (English) and dictionary entry translations (English/German/French/Spanish). Each kanji or dictionary entry translation now has a little speaker button on the right, pressing it will pronounce the translation. Uses the Android text-to-speech service, you'll need to install the data files if not already installed.
Unfortunately, Android's TTS service does not support Japanese, and there are no free Japanese TTS extensions. Google Translate uses an unofficial text-to-speech Web API that does feature Japanese, but it is not yet available for third party developers. So, at least for now, TTS for Japnese is not supported.

Here's the obligatory screenshot:


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