If you’ve been religiously following Dynotes, you would have noticed that the MLD for Android just got a fresh new server and more dictionaries. Last week, we also pushed an update to one of our first apps, the English-Arabic Translator. It’s actually been two years since our last update! But the reason that it remains relatively unchanged is because it is great on its own and doesn’t really need an update.
We recently bumped up Multi Lang Dictionary for iPhone’s version number to 4.5.1. With it, comes several changes that you might have expected. First off, we upgraded the server to the newer and faster one so that it can handle more users.
In this version of school countdown, we fixed several minor bugs and updated some of the icons to retina (which for some reason we missed before). We also changed the support address to our new fancy support[@]dynotes[dot]com
In Flex Search 2.2, there are a lot of new stuff to be excited about.
Eastern High School, in Middletown Kentucky had recently asked us to be able to use Multi Lang Dictionary and Mini Info in their school intranet. The high school is part of a program that will use Android tablets to replace textbooks and other school supplies and we are very glad to have our apps chosen as a part of the program.
Why can't everything in life be free?
The past two months, we have been scrambling to get all our apps ready-to-go for the new 4-inch screen of the iPhone 5. This included complete rethinking of our apps such as how to use the extra space in Multi Lang Dictionary, or whether to add more engines in Flex Search.