Collins Italian-English Translation Dictionary and Verbs

Collins Italian-English Translation Dictionary and Verbs

Collins Italian-English Translation Dictionary and Verbs

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  • Collins Italian-English - Ultralingua, Inc.
    by iTunes Store on 2018-08-20 at 4:23 PM

    Collins Italian-EnglishUltralingua, Inc. Genre: Reference Price: $17.99 Release Date: October 2, 2008 © © Ultralingua, Inc. 2018 […]

  • The best Italian English dictionary with audio.
    by Matteo Papworth on 2018-08-11 at 2:36 PM

    As a polyglot, I love these dictionaries, especially the conjugation and audio features. It gives you tens-of-thousands of sample sentences which gives you more to study just flipping through the app than all of Babel’s content combined. To the Collins team, please give us our flag design back. I now have trouble recognizing them, also the simple Italicized ‘A’ does not stand out. […]

  • Why the icon change?!
    by Lisette928 on 2018-08-09 at 6:31 PM

    I don’t understand why then icons were changed. The previous icons provided a powerful context to help me choose which app I needed to use since I own all versions of the Collins library. The new icons are completely useless. Please change the icons back to the original or find an interesting way to show the language of the app. […]

  • Please Update!
    by jajajammyyy on 2017-10-09 at 5:50 PM

    The app is getting slow. Please update it to iOS 11. […]

  • I Definitely Get My Money's Worth
    by RMac76 on 2017-09-05 at 2:03 PM

    I use this app multiple times every day and really pleased with it. I like that it keeps track of my search history and allows me to keep a running list of words that I want to review. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is that there are times when the definition of an Italian word is incomplete because it doesn't include all of the common synonyms. […]

  • I love it
    by Golfer girl hvb on 2017-08-16 at 10:13 PM

    The ability to hear the words spoken puts this app over another i have that does not. I like to conjugation feature. The phrases are helpful. It's my go-to […]

  • Great app!
    by Pmginsberg on 2017-05-29 at 12:38 PM

    Traveling in Italy for three weeks has given me plenty of opportunity to use this app. Having some proficiency in Italian I have found it very useful for learning new words and verbs. The swipe function makes it very easy to switch from vocabulary to conjugations. I'm looking forward to discovering other features that I haven't used yet. A VERY GOOD APP! Well worth the money. […]

  • I absolutely love this
    by Rockville123456 on 2017-03-22 at 9:00 PM

    It took a while to figure out how this app works but since then I am very happy to have it. It's easy to switch from Eng to It. Entries often have several uses of any given word (very helpful). If you've chosen a verb, pull down slightly on the screen and see an option to conjugate. The most impressive function here is seeing the opposite language underneath each conjugation - this is crucial to knowing you've chosen the correct tense. Swipe right to go back to the dictionary. Save favorites by tapping on the star. I use this app often and would buy it again in a heartbeat. I find the value gained by its high price is commensurate. Kudos to the developer! And thank you for making an incredibly useful app. […]

  • Great app
    by Bastiat99 on 2017-02-09 at 3:05 AM

    Have never had a problem with it. […]

  • Inexcusable
    by wordsmith451 on 2016-07-07 at 8:30 AM

    $25. The app structure is terrible - visually disorganized, forcing you to wade through text to find what you're looking for. Often requires typing the word out fully, with perfect spelling, in order to pull up a result. Includes no reflexive verbs, which differ in meaning. Often excludes important context for compound tenses - sometimes verbs use different auxiliary verbs depending upon meaning. Example: cominciare uses essere for pp when intransitive, but avere for transitive. Ingrassare means to fatten or gain weight - with avere, it would mean you're fattening something else up. Gaining weight would require essere. Piovere may use either, though the app shows only one. I repeat, $25 for a messy, incomplete and sometimes incorrect app. Not happy. […]

  • Excellent
    by MerlinTrek on 2016-05-03 at 10:23 AM

    Worth the price. Nice to have access to a detailed offline language resource while traveling. Lots of helpful information for someone serious about learning a language. I especially appreciate the conjugations. I had a problem with the "speak" function, but sent an email to support and got a prompt and helpful reply. Turns out that "speak" doesn't work in silent mode(my default mode), so I turned on the ringer and it works fine. Probably not an app for those who just want to learn a few survival phrases for occasional travel. But for those who want to dig deeper it is excellent. […]

  • Excellent Dictionary for Italian Learners 😉
    by Dush Fernando on 2016-05-01 at 1:57 PM

    I always wanted to have this, and now I finally have it 😍 […]

  • Awesome tool for students of Italian
    by meatthebluff on 2016-04-08 at 3:09 PM

    I have studied Italian for many years, read many books, and purchased many dictionaries, verb conjugators, etc etc. I have the Collins interactive dictionary on my Kindle, and it is great, but a bit compendious at times to switch between it and the book I am reading. This is faster to use even though on a separate device. Now, the next time I travel to Italy I can use only this! The verb conjugations are excellent and the possible uses, translations and idiomatics are all there! It does not need a WiFi feed in order to use it either. Plan to purchase the French one as well! […]

  • Collins Italian English Dictionary
    by AJRWhoDat on 2016-03-30 at 8:20 AM

    Excellent resource! […]

  • Replaced my paper edition
    by jaydub1948 on 2016-03-30 at 12:55 AM

    I use this every day for reading and translation. As a language geek who has Italian as a first foreign language with nearly five decades of study, I don't know of a better Italian-English dictionary. Combined with the Hoepli all Italian dictionary app, all my needs are met. […]

  • Excellent Italian English dictionary app
    by queta1 on 2016-03-15 at 4:25 AM

    I use this dictionary app all the time. It not only defines the words but also often gives them in example sentences. […]

  • Collins Italian
    by Yghfd on 2015-12-16 at 5:04 PM

    Excellent. Highly recommended. […]

  • Eccellente
    by Gscaraz on 2015-11-23 at 7:26 PM

    I use it all the time ! […]

  • Very useful for daily life in Italy
    by johnmike72 on 2015-10-26 at 4:02 PM

    Comprehensive dictionary that also provides conjugations. I love that it saves to your phone's memory so the content remains available off line. This was money well spent. […]

  • Excellent
    by amilesoj on 2015-10-19 at 11:56 PM

    Molto buono. Non saprei come fare senza ess […]

  • Best Italian to English dictionary
    by fillbee on 2015-10-03 at 3:41 PM

    This is a great app. Easy to use and provides phrases and idioms related to the particular word. […]

  • Comprehensive
    by NoPVZ4me on 2015-08-03 at 1:26 PM

    Easy to use and contains much useful information such as word usage, idioms and quick links to verb conjugations. […]

  • Great
    by Garciauria on 2015-07-25 at 12:14 PM

    Complete and extensive. Easy to use. Worth it. […]

  • Not worth the price!!
    by 44400reviewer on 2014-09-08 at 7:00 AM

    Absolutely not worth the price!!! Slow and at time erratic app. Dictionary isn't bad but occasionally really quite basic vocab missing. It would be worth $4.99 - no mor […]

  • Extensive Vocabulary & Wonderful Functionality
    by All HD on 2014-08-28 at 5:01 AM

    I have moved to Italy for studies. In the process, I am learning Italian. I bought this dictionary app after having the opportunity to use a couple of print dictionaries by Collins with which I was impressed. This app has surpassed my expectations and is easily worth the cost. I have now been using the dictionary app for a month while participating in intensive italian language learning programs. Besides having an extensive vocabulary, the app is very user friendly with exceptional functionality. […]

  • Great app, with one little issue
    by YesNoCancel on 2013-11-07 at 4:05 PM

    This is easily the best Italian dictionary app. A lot of care was put into making the interface clean and intuitive. The only issue is that it's clumsy to close definitions. You open a definition by tapping on the word, but to close you have to click on a little "arrows" button on the other side of the screen. The definitions also stay open forever, so after awhile a bunch of definitions are open. I'd expect them to be closed automatically at some point, like when you open the app. […]

  • App broken after last update
    by maranello italia on 2013-11-01 at 3:49 AM

    App try to open and shuts down immediately . Pls fix it. […]

  • Completely broken
    by semanoesis on 2013-10-20 at 2:32 PM

    The new iOS7 update makes all three of my Collins dictionaries crash immediately on launch. That's an investment nearly $100 rendered completely useless. Fix this! […]

  • First-rate Resourse
    by Avellinese on 2013-06-25 at 1:42 PM

    This is a first-rate resource for the serious student of the Italian language, well worth the money. The recently released new version has increased its value. I especially like being able to bookmark my daily words for later review, and being able to see verb definitions and conjugations next to each other. It's expensive, but worth it if you are trying to learn the language as opposed to getting by on a trip. […]

  • Simply FANTASTIC
    by CCCdM on 2013-06-19 at 10:50 AM

    This app is indispensable for me. The new design took me only five minutes to get used to. I use it for English/Italian and am impressed at the numerous everyday examples that are given to find just the right word or phrase. Incredible value!!! Thank you Ultralingua! […]

  • Needs interface work
    by Arftrawse on 2013-06-09 at 6:06 PM

    The dictionary itself deserves 4.5 stars: Ultralingua's interface is not well-thought-through. How do you use a bilingual dictionary? First, you almost always use it in one direction. So making it way too easy to reverse direction by putting the toggle too near another far more frequently used button is a serious design flaw. Second: Once you've looked up a word, you don't use the interface again until you need to look up another. So it ought to require minimum effort to start a new search. With the Ultralingua interface, you first must go to the upper right corner of the display to clear the (tiny) search box by tapping the (even tinier) "x" inside, then redirect your fingers to the keyboard at the screen bottom. There really needs to be a "clear search box and start a new search" button right next to the keyboard. On the plus side, it's great to have the word-search history window--once you find out that it's there. […]

  • Brilliant
    by Venetiana on 2013-06-06 at 10:33 AM

    Even better than before upgrade. […]

  • Excellent app
    by Mearons on 2013-06-05 at 4:11 PM

    I've been a satisfied user of the Collins Italian-English for years and the latest update makes it even better! […]

  • A suggestion for improvement
    by baxbabb on 2013-06-04 at 6:17 AM

    Whenever I press the erase button in the search window, I hit the change language button. Please move the change language button more toward the words Italian/English. I hope this makes to other users and especially the vendor. […]

  • Better before
    by Auguri44 on 2013-06-02 at 3:58 PM

    Since the "upgrade" this app is more difficult to use, requiring more "strokes" to find/get what you want. Also, the fancy lettering is distracting. They have removed the names of the tenses in the language being used, replacing them with the English equivalents, which is NOT helpful when the tense names are different than English. Looks like they tried to,make it look more streamlined, but all they did was make it fancy and harder to us. Please remember the KISS principle! […]

  • Ultralingua
    by johnbuss on 2013-06-01 at 6:49 PM

    ottimo, lo uso costantemente ... […]

  • Fine
    by Giuuù on 2013-06-01 at 10:50 AM

    Why it's called ultralingua instead of Collins?!? Ultralingua was 15$ collins 25$. This is Collins why on my iphone it's named Ultralinua? :S It works fine anyway […]

  • Great app!
    by pwest54 on 2013-05-30 at 3:14 PM

    It was great before, but the update is even better. Especially the combined conjugation/dictionary search. […]

  • Collins Italian English Dictionary
    by 23631 on 2012-11-19 at 2:48 PM

    I use this when I'm watching Italian TV, and there are many common words missing. Furthermore, about every ten entries, it crashes. Also wish it had audio as there are many times, when phonetic component is not sufficient. Then, I must resort to free app that works like a charm. However, much better, if it were all in one spot. However, shortcomings aside, it trumps using a cumbersome hardcover version. The verb conjugations also eliminates the need for a dedicated verb book. Make improvements and I'll be in heaven. […]

  • A Good reason to own an iPhone!
    by Ciaociaonow on 2012-03-12 at 8:41 AM

    This is a great app and works very well. I love the interactivity. It beats carrying around a dictionary and verb conjugator book. […]

  • Hate
    by NewYork678 on 2012-03-03 at 5:17 PM

    Worst mistake- the most expensive app I have ever downloaded and it doesn't translate a simple phrase!!! I have to look up every single word?? Not happy! […]

  • Mistakes and support
    by netrapture on 2012-01-24 at 4:37 PM

    The conjugation for "succedere" is incorrect - using avere as auxiliary instead of essere. I don't bother to contact the developer since Collins and Ultralingua gave me the run-around last time I reported an error: Quote Collins: "We do not produce iPhone applications in house, rather we license them to third party developers. We would recommend contacting the developer directly. The information on the developer can be found on the product page on iTunes, under the pricing details. Kind regards Collins Language Dept" Quote Ultralingua: " Unfortunately, the Collins dictionaries aren't as responsive because the data is managed by the publisher HarperCollins and is licensed by Ultralingua. We'll be sure to inform HarperCollins of your finding, although a fix will likely not be forthcoming very soon." […]

  • Got my money's worth
    by mzako on 2011-11-16 at 7:53 PM

    I am an advanced beginner Italian student student who just spent a couple of months in Italy and used this app every day. I used the dictionary and verb conjugation functions but didn't see any utility for the numbers section. I would have prefer to see a quicky grammar chart or maybe a liitle almanac in its place. I agree that audio would have been great. But as long as you know what syllable is accented, Italian pronunciation is pretty straight forward. […]

  • Italian Stallion
    by MartiFarro on 2011-11-16 at 8:05 AM

    A bit pricey but it's loaded with all kinds of goodies. Does the usual definitions but is packed with slang and usage terms. For example, the word "fare" means to make/to stay in Italian. Well, wouldn't you know, "to go shopping" makes use of this verb? It's just the way they say things over there, lol, and this app pretty much captured that essence. However, there is no audio option, so we cant HEAR the word by a native speaker. Thus you only get four stars. […]

  • Great app! Only one suggestion...
    by sailcurl on 2011-07-31 at 3:31 PM

    I love this app! It is extremely comprehensive, easy to navigate, and best of all -- doesn't require a wifi connection! The only suggestion I have is to incorporate audio so that we can hear the words pronounced by a native speaker. I know Collins has another app with this function, but it would be great to have it incorporated in a single app so that you don't have to switch between the two. I would gladly pay more for such an in-app upgrade! Thank you! […]

  • Excellent and useful app
    by Olim7777 on 2011-03-16 at 2:35 AM

    A great dictionary and verb conjugator with lots of features. I recommend it highly. I would have rated it 5 stars if it weren't for one annoying feature. You must go through the step of deleting the previously searched word before entering the next. If it had been automatically highlighted upon return this extra deletion step would not be necessary. This would facilitate and speed up multiple sequential searches. This is the way they do it on their online sites. I am hoping they will incorporate this feature in their next update. […]

  • Great software
    by Philippe331 on 2011-02-04 at 5:45 AM

    Really well made highly recommended. Has everything: IPA, conjugations, numbers, grammar, however it does not have ETYMOLOGY as advertised. In fact none of the Ultralingua dictionaries have this (except English). It would be very helpful to language learners to have this information availble as it would help understand where words come from and make it easier to remember. E.g. bere (Latin Bevere) that's why it's bevo bevi beve bevendo etc or fare (L facere) same thing […]

  • Great dictionary and conjugates verbs too!
    by this nick name taken on 2011-01-15 at 5:28 PM

    I've completed 2 years of university Italian courses and can speak and understand it at an elementary level. I found the paper back Collins Italian dictionary and 501 Italian Verbs (Luciani) indispensable. The ability to search for the word in the dictionary portion of the app, then tap on the word to see a pop up that lets you choose between dictionary, tenses, and google, is pretty slick. Some may think it adds an extra step, but I like it. If I had one complaint it's that the app doesn't retain the current word you search for when switching between dictionary and tenses. For example, you search for andare in the dictionary portion, then you check the conjugation of the word and while you're in the tenses section, you search for another verb. Now while looking at the new verb you decide to switch back to dictionary to check for meaning, but you'll find the previously looked for word (andare). It would be nice if they included a list of recently searched words to this, but overall, the functionality and quality is pretty darn good. And a heck of a lot easier than carrying two books. […]

  • Love this! Needs retina display upgrade!
    by franktisellano on 2010-08-04 at 7:06 AM

    This is the best dictionary on the market, hands down. It easily deserves five stars. My single qualm is that it hasn't been updated for the retina display. Is an update coming soon? Thanks! […]

  • Ok
    by Gaitman8 on 2010-06-14 at 8:16 PM

    This app is pretty good but there are still a couple problems. 1) You should be able to type in an English word into the conjugation search bar and be able to get the Italian infinitive. This should also go the other way for Italian to English. ex. To go - andare To be - essere To clean - pulire 2) When you conjugate a verb in either language and want to change the tense you should be able to see the name of the tense in both languages. ex. Present (the Italian word for present) Past (the Italian word for past) Past perfect (the Italian words for past perfect) 3) This does not truly matter, but I would like to be able to use this app sideways on my iPod. 4) The price is pretty high, but it is a pretty good app. If you did decide to lower it I would not lower it much. Maybe to $20 or so (I would not go any lower than that), but this would not affect me since I have already bought the app and do not plan on deleting it. This was only an idea for getting more customers. […]

  • The most useful language app for the iPhone
    by stokini on 2010-05-10 at 3:30 AM

    I've been using a number of iPhone apps to help me learn Italian. By far the most useful and effective is Collins Pro. The dictionary is quite large: I've only been unable to find one or two obscure words since I've been using it. The at-a-glance conjugation tables are fantastic. And when I was learning numbers, the quick number pad was a brilliant help. The best thing about Collins Pro, though, is the huge number of usage examples listed for most words. Almost every time I use it, I learn a lot more than I set out to learn. And to top it off is the ability to tap a word on a definition page and be taken to its definition or conjugation--and come right back with the browser-like "back" button. I use this app every day. It's worth more than I paid for it. […]

Over 95,000 translations • Conjugates thousands of Italian and English verbs • Hundreds of usage notes and examples • No internet connection required

Carry a dependable Italian and English reference everywhere you go with the Collins Pro Italian-English Translation Dictionary. This app contains dictionary data from HarperCollins in our popular Ultralingua interface. Use our verb conjugation tool to find complete conjugations of thousands of verbs in all standard forms, and the number translator to convert numerals into Italian or English text instantly.

• Over 70,000 entries with 95,000 translations
• Tap-and-hold any word or phrase and choose "Speak" from the popup menu to hear that word spoken using Apple's built-in text-to-speech feature.
• Noun genders
• 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 Italian 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 Italian and English text with the number tool
• Language swapper button to switch from Italian-English to English-Italian
• 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

"The most useful language app for the iPhone – I've been using a number of iPhone apps to help me learn Italian. The dictionary is quite large. The at-a-glance conjugation tables are fantastic. And when I was learning numbers, the quick number pad was a brilliant help." -User review

"Buy it, it's the best – You get what you pay for in the AppStore. I tried all the other Italian translations tools as I'm learning Italian and living in an Italian speaking country. Prior to getting this tool I was frustrated to tears by the poor quality of the other tools." -User review

"This is an outstanding app, it has a deep database and you will leave your dictionary, phrase book and verb conjugation book at home when going to class or traveling (no need for an Internet connection either). Accurate translations, many idiomatic expressions given along with definitions."

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.

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  • newest version: (4 / 5)4.0
  • All versions: (4 / 5)4.0

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Update history of iPhone App [Collins Italian-English Translation Dictionary and Verbs]

• Updated for iOS 9
• Updated for iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPad Pro
• Simplified navigation
• Optional side-by-side dictionary and conjugations on iPad
• Faster loading of Favorites
• Export your Favorites via AirDrop or email
• Many data improvements and small bug fixes
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  • Version:2.7
  • Price:$24.99


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