WWWJDIC for Android v1.8.3 Released

The new version is now available in the Android Market and soon in the Amazon Appstore. If you don't have access to either of those, you can get it from the downloads section of the project's website.
This versions adds support for the new JLPT levels (N1-5), both in the kanji details view and in the kanji of the day widget. You can now limit the kanji displayed by the widget to one of the 5 test levels. Here's how the widget configuration screen looks now:

Another major improvement in this release is the handling of kanji search by English meaning. Not all relevant entries were returned before, and that has now been fixed. You should get the same results as from the original WWWJDIC.
Other notable changes in the previous two releases (1.8.1 and 1.8.2) are listed below. For more details refer to the full changelog.
  • Use the new WWWJDIC dictionary codes (for non-English dictionaries)
  • Save TTS languae in history/favorites
  • OCR error handling improvements
  • Automatically refresh widget after network connectivity is restored
  • Added automatic error reporting
  • Added automatic update check
  • Mobile friendly FAQ page


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