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Shabdkosh Hindi Dictionary App for Android Launched with Offline Translation Mode is the world’s largest Hindi infotainment portal that is involved in offering online Hindi content aggregation. The portal has launched its Hindi dictionary app on the Google Play Store. As the Android smartphones are highly popular and are used by many, the newly announced Shabdkosh dictionary app will definitely by of help in addressing the needs of Hindi to English translation or vice versa.


Intestinally, this app also features an offline mode that allowing users to make use of this service when there is no internet. With this app, users can browser through 18 easy to use word sections such as physics, chemistry, law, commerce and other professional and educational sections. There is an in-built thesaurus that helps in finding the related words in Hindi and English and the app informs the correct usage of words and idioms related to it as well to the users.

The Shabdkosh Hindi Dictionary app is free to download and users can keep a track of the trending words with it. Also, they can create a favorite words category and get to know the word and quotes of the day.

Commenting at the launch of the Shabdkosh Hindi Dictionary app, Surjeet Singh, VP Marketing and Business Development said, “Taking the fervor and audience expectations to the next level, we see the app will add tremendous value to Hindi Internet users across the world. We understand that the mobile users are evolving continuously and to match up with the changing tastes, preferences, behavior and needs of Hindi internet user have allowed us to design app features benefitting a whole range of user profiles including men, women, professionals and students alike.  Hindi and English words searches have merged – this is to cut down on the steps to make the search easier. So customers can perform both languages from the same search option.”

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Abhishek Bhatnagar

Abhishek Bhatnagar, a known technology blogger & YouTuber from India. A Software Engineer by qualification, now he works as the editor-In-Chief, Webmaster, & Managing Director at Gadgets To Use. He runs a number of other technology websites as well.