Portuguese-English Translation Dictionary and Verbs app for iPhone and iPad
8384 ratings )
Current version: 2.7
, last update: 11 months ago
First release : 11 Jul 2008
App size: 19.42 Mb
Top-selling dictionary app since 2008 • Every translation you need PLUS verb conjugations in all tenses • No internet connection required!
"For serious language students and translators who are looking for more precision." - The New York Times
Featured by Apple as "Whats Hot" and "Staff Favorite"
"Although I am fluent in both English and Portuguese, there are always those words that escape me in conversation, most commonly when referring to technical, academic, political, scientific, or other complex subjects. Parabens, Ultralingua e obrigado pra este applicativo no meu iPhone!" - User review
"I have lived in Brasil for 12 years and read/write/speak Portuguese. Im familiar with most of the available dictionaries but have never seen one as good and as useful as this one. This is a quality product worth much more than the $20 price!" - User review
Ultralingua makes apps for people who love languages. Our Portuguese-English dictionary has all the definitions and translations you need, along with extra features that help you get the most out of the dictionary.
The verb conjugation tool has complete conjugations for thousands of verbs in all standard forms, and the number translator converts numerals into Portuguese or English text instantly!
• Over 60,000 entries with 165,000 translations
• Tap-and-hold any word or phrase and choose "Speak" from the popup menu to hear that word spoken using Apples built-in text-to-speech feature.
• Slang, technical language, and regional differences in spelling and usage
• Hundreds of usage notes about troublesome constructions
• Smart search results in case you misspell or mistype
• Search-as-you-go displays words and narrows your selection as you type
• Conjugations for thousands of Portuguese and English verbs
• Includes all standard tenses and forms
• Smart search finds infinitives and catches misspellings
• Must-have reference tool for any student or language professional
• On iPhone/iPod touch, conjugate a verb from the dictionary results by tapping it
• Translate numerals into Portuguese and English text with the number tool
• Language swapper button to switch from Portuguese-English to English-Portuguese
• Tap the history button to view the 50 most recent dictionary definitions, verb conjugations, and more in one place. Sort the list alphabetically or by date, and choose to clear the list completely or delete one entry at a time.
• No internet connection required
• Change your device settings to view the app display in English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, or German
This universal app will run on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, so you can purchase it once and load it onto all your devices. The iPad and iPhone/iPod touch versions look and behave differently to give you a great experience on every device you own. The interface will change, but you’ll always have the same outstanding language data and tools inside.
Dictionaries are available from Ultralingua for many languages, including combinations of English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, German, and more. See what else we have to offer by searching for Ultralingua in the App Store.
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Pros and cons of Portuguese-English Translation Dictionary and Verbs app for iPhone and iPad
Portuguese-English Translation Dictionary and Verbs app good for
This application on my iPhone is perfect. I use it to practice my portuguese during conversations and its a perfect alternative to dragging around heavy text books!
This app is really handy to quickly translate words on the fly. I am glad that it is on my iPhone, because now I have a complete reference book in my pocket, wherever I go. Although I am fluent in both English and Portuguese, there are always those words that escape me in conversation, most commonly when referring to technical, academic, political, scientific, or other complex subjects. Sometimes explaining "around" the word is more challenging than getting the direct translation. Parabens, Ultralingua e obrigado pra este applicativo no meu iPhone!
at 20 bucks, this is a really good price. its so nice to have. i just sold my 501 portuguese verb book and pocket dictionary because i dont need them anymore now. i dont have their desktop software, so i dont have that to compare it to, but this already does more than my other books combined. i have an iphone, but im in brazil right now, so it usually doesnt have internet access, so i love being able to use this whenever. ill probably get the spanish-english and english dictionary as well since they dropped the price.
Um this program is great except for the fact that there are barely any pronunciations... The few that are there are in Russian or some other foreign language that is neither Portuguese nor English!!! What the heck? Thank God my husband speaks Portuguese and can help me out, but what about those who dont have that kind of luxury??? Great app. besides the pronuciation issues!!! Almost every word I look up is in there.
I lived in Brasil 12 years and read/write/speak Portuguese. Im familiar with most of the available dictionaries but have never seen one as good and as useful as this one. The conjugation option is particularly helpful. This is a quality product worth much more than the $20 price!
Recently moved to Brazil and learning Portuguese. Dont listen to the reviews that complain about the price. I am using this program everyday and it is very useful. It is a very powerful tool if you are serious about learning portuguese and you are in Brazil. I dont carry anything else around and I use it for translating texts. It is a great layout and has a separate section for verbs with conjugations in all tenses. I have spent a lot of money on tools to help learn portuguese and this is by far my most favorite one. It does not have every word I have looked up but it does have most of them.
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This app is way too expensive and simply not worth it. Any online dictionary like Linguee or even Google Translator is more helpful than this crappy app. Dont waste your money!
Cant even tell you how to say please. I am in portugal and this software is useless. Dont waste your money.
let me start off by saying I had bought the Ultralingua spanish-english dictionary app, and loved it.
unfortunately, the same cant be exactly said for this portuguese-english dictionary.
this dictionary is simply missing a fair amount of vocab, including some verbs?? how can that be? I was expecting the same quality i got from the span-eng, and its just not there with this one. They need to add a lot more vocab and usages from Brazil, by far the biggest and most influential country for Portuguese.
The equivalent would be not including words colloquial to the United states and Canada in an english dictionary (for ex omitting words like dude, , buddy, and only putting in Friend, guy).
the software itself is good, they just need to add way more vocabulary from Brazil. If they update the amount of words from Brazil in the dictionary i would bump this up to fivestars because it is good software, just lacks vocab.
The fact that the 200 million speakers of Brazilian Portuguese far outnumber speakers of other variants of Portuguese has escaped the producers of this app. This app is of little help to those interested in Brazilian Portuguese, particularly the "verbs" section. Tu (you) is seldom used in Brazil, yet the equivalent "você" is missing (verb tenses are not the same for both). At least specify that this is oriented toward Portuguese of Portugal so potential buyers can make an informed choice.
In the first week since purchasing this pricey app, here are the words I looked up but that were not listed in this dictionary: anzol (fish hook), arrai (ray fish, skate), comover (to move, to stir), ralar (in the colloquial usage meaning to exert onesself), paquerar (to flirt), iguaria (a snack, delicacy), sovina (mean), bitolado (narrow-minded), quitute (snack), guloseima (a rich snack), caule (stem), foods like moqueca, feijoada, vatapa... the list goes on.
I wasnt looking to see what was omitted - these are just words that I came across in my Portuguese studies. Considering the high price, this app is in serious need of major updating, and despite some nifty features (a history of words looked up, verb conjugations), I cannot recommend it. At all.
A rip off. Many common words missing. Poor translations. Really disappointing especially given the price. Dont buy! Dont buy!
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and other. So, download free Portuguese-English Translation Dictionary and Verbs .ipa to run this nice iOS application on iPhone and iPad.
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