Version: 4.0 || Release Date: 2009-12-14 || License: Shareware ($14 USD) App Owner: jamesvandyne

Japanese English Dictionary for the rest of us. It speaks your language, and with over 100,000 entries you'll never be lost for words again!e beginning.

Search in your native tongue
Supports searching in Japanese (Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana, and Romaji), English, German, Russian, and French.

Ensure you never forget that word you just looked up. Make lists of your favorite words with a simple drag and drop.

OS X Integration
Look up words in most applications with a single click or press of a key-combination.

Automatically converts hiragana and katakana to roman letters.

Jisho gives you results not only in English and Japanese, but also German, Russian, and French.

Search from anywhere
Once Jisho is on your computer, no internet access is required to search and use Jisho.

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2 Opinions


Of course you are included. Everybody is. "for the rest of us" is a play on a phrase that Apple used to use a lot. I use the phrase in reference to Jisho's simplicity and ease-of-use.

James Van Dyne
Sugoi Software

I've been using this for quite a while ago, and JUST realized I haven't commented on it here.

It's a great application. Quick searches with varieties of strengths (they come in really handy), multiple meanings for each word, and several languages, all for a decent price. It's been a lifesaver in my Japanese-learning, especially as it has MANY more entries than the largest dictionary I've found, and can search within words, in case you misspelled something (there's one use for strengths).
It also contains the Kanji used in each word, the pronunciation of the word, and a bit of information (type of verb/grammar).

Easily worth the $15, and my purchase even lasted from the 1.x to 2.x switch, unlike many companies.