Talking Dictionary is a speech enabled encyclopedic dictionary that can be used with or without a screen reader. The software are designed for blind, disabled and visually impaired computer users. Talking Dictionary is popular amongst computer users interested in improving their English language comprehension. The dictionary is based on the Wordnet 2.1 database and contains over 250,000 words. These include historical figures, slang and jargon. The dictionary has updated with the latest additions to the database numbering over 8500 words. Talking Dictionary is for computers running Microsoft Windows.
Talking Dictionary Version 9
This version includes many new innovations – such as the ability to browse the database like an electronic book and limitless annotations of entries in the database. Talking Dictionary also includes the following great features:
* 250,000 source words and a powerful thesaurus.
* Speaks source words, definitions, synonyms, spell check alternatives etc.
* Spells hard to understand source words, synonyms, spell check alternatives etc.
* Crossword mode provides powerful searches for partially known words.
* Text and screen sizes easily adjustable for partially sighted users.
* Screen reader mode for use with an existing screen reader – but works perfectly without one.
* Browsable from word to word like an electronic book.
* 24 hour support.
* Full audio instructions included on the CD.
* Full text instructions included on the CD.
* A free formulaic Talking Calculator.
Publisher: RWF Talking Software
Title: Talking Dictionary
License type: demo
Price: $19.95 to buy
Size: 9,24 MB
Operating system: Win 95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP/Vista/7
Updated: 13 February 2011
Tag: software, Talking Software, Talking Dictionary, Microsoft Windows