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Looking for the Best Reference iPad Apps? Below is the list for you to find the Best Reference Apps for your iPad. Click on the Reference iPad app name to read our review. Don’t forget to rate!

Reference iPad App Name Votes Rating
*Reference iPad Apps ranking is based on user ratings.
1Midori (Japanese Dictionary)10
2WolframAlpha8
3WordBook XL - English Dictionary & Thesaurus11
4LE ROBERT - Dixel French Dictionary9
5Dictionary.com - Dictionary & Thesaurus63
6Google Mobile App17
723,000 Great Quotes9
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August 28, 2010
Posted in Reference — iPad Apps @ 12:58 pm

Midori (Japanese Dictionary)

Midori (Japanese Dictionary) iPad App
Midori is an excellent English to Japanese and Japanese to English dictionary. This is one of the best dictionaries for becoming a master in Japanese language. It includes 150,000 example sentences and 146,000 entries. This dictionary will surely make your Japanese learning experience interesting and easier.

The powerful search feature lets you get a word definition or meaning in a jiffy. You can also search by using handwriting recognition. You can even search the dictionary by radicals such as 禾 + 火 → 秋.

You will be able to create your own vocabulary list with translation of Japanese text with just one tap. You will be able to even look up Japanese words from English meanings. Each word entry shows you the meaning and the kanji breakdown. You can even get the meanings of words that are used in sentences by simply clicking on that particular word.

Price
$9.99
App Name
Midori (Japanese Dictionary)
Category
Reference
Developer
Sukolsak Sakshuwong
Midori (Japanese Dictionary)
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December 30, 2010
Posted in Reference,iPad Apps List — iPad Apps @ 7:15 am

WolframAlpha

WolframAlpha iPad App
Now you can get answers to the most common questions in your everyday life related to science because of WolframAlpha app for your iPad. Hence if you want to know how much vitamin C is there in your ice cream then you can simply type in your query in the app. Hence you can now access any information you need wherever you are and whenever you need. The app proves to be great for kids as they can learn a lot things that becomes useful in school.

WolframAlpha delivers understanding and insight into any facet of everyday life. The new version has improvements in iOS 4.2. The results are displayed faster than ever before. The app now has better handling of network latency issues. WolframAlpha is available for free and you can download it from the Apple store.

Price
$1.99
App Name
WolframAlpha
Category
Reference
Developer
Wolfram Alpha LLC
WolframAlpha
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December 11, 2010
Posted in Reference,iPad Apps List — iPad Apps @ 7:03 am

Google Mobile App

Google Mobile iPad App
The Google Mobile App can now be downloaded to your iPad. It serves the same function as the Google search engine that you see in the browser. You can now make use of the new Goggles picture where you can search Google by using pictures. It feature recognizes artwork, logos, books and landmarks. You can even speak out your search in the device and the results will be shown instantly. The app supports British, Indian, Australian and American accents.

You don’t have type your current location if you want to search for nearby locations such as pizza, doctor, restaurants. This is because the app will track your location with the help of GPS locator. The Google Suggest feature automatically displays common results when you are entering your queries. You can even find your past searched queries. The contact search helps you search your phone contacts. Use Vertical Search feature for searching Google Maps, News and Images.

Price
FREE
App Name
Google Mobile App
Category
Reference
Developer
Google
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November 22, 2010
Posted in Reference,iPad Apps List — iPad Apps @ 7:22 am
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