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The Brown Telugu-English dictionary app is a fulltext searchableversion of Charles Philip Brown's "A Telugu-English dictionary,"new ed., thoroughly rev. and brought up to date ... 2nd ed. Madras:Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1903. It is a product of the DigitalSouth Asia Library program (http://dsal.uchicago.edu) at theUniversity of Chicago (http://www.uchicago.edu). The BrownTelugu-English dictionary app can be used both online and offline.The online version interacts with a database that runs remotely ona server at the University of Chicago. The offline version uses adatabase that is created on the Android device upon first download.By default, the app operates in the online mode. *HeadwordSearching* The default mode for this app is to search headwords. Tosearch for a headword, touch the search box at the top (magnifyingglass icon) to expose the on-screen keyboard and begin searching.Headwords can be entered in Telugu, accented latin characters, andunaccented latin characters. For example, headword searches forకరటి, "karaṭi," and "karati" all yield the definition "anelephant." *Fulltext Searching* For fulltext searching, select the"Search all text" check box in the overflow menu (usually the threevertical dots icon at the top right corner of the screen), thenenter the search term in the search box at the top. *ResultsDisplay* Search results come first in a numbered list that displaysthe Telugu headword, the accented latin transliteration of theheadword, and a chunk of the definition. To see a full definition,touch the list item. The full result page presents definitions in aformat that allows the user to select terms to copy and paste forfurther dictionary searching or for conducting a web search on theterm (given an internet connection). In online mode, the fullresult page also has a page number link that the user can click toget the full page context of the definition. Link arrows at the topof the full page allow the user to click to previous and next pagesin the dictionary. The user can also choose to see resultsdefinitions fully transliterated. In the overflow menu (threevertical dots icon at the top right corner of the screen), simplytouch "Transliterated display." *Selecting Online/Offline Mode* Toselect either online or offline mode, simply check or uncheck the"Search offline" box in the overflow menu. When in online mode, theworld icon at the top of the screen will appear dark; in offlinemode, it will appear light. Note that on start up, the app willtest to see whether the device has an internet connection and theremote server is available. Again, the app operates in online modeby default. The user should select the appropriate mode beforeconducting a search.

App Information Brown Telugu-English

  • App Name
    Brown Telugu-English
  • Package Name
    com.brown_sqlite.app
  • Updated
    October 15, 2018
  • File Size
    15M
  • Requires Android
    Android 4.2 and up
  • Version
    1.1
  • Developer
    Digital South Asia Library, University of Chicago
  • Installs
    1,000+
  • Price
    Free
  • Category
    Books & Reference
  • Developer
  • Google Play Link

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