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BlackBerry Friendly Sites: Dictionaries and Translators

By AllBlackBerry on 19 Apr 2007 12:19 am EDT

We care about you. So today we want to help you improve your knowledge of the English language. You might be already using a spell checker with your email but do you have access to a dictionary directly on your BlackBerry? Now you do. Open your web browser on your device and go to

Simply type a word and you’ll get the full definition. Try “Blackberry” and some of you might even be surprised to find the definition of a Fruit, not a cool smartphone. There is also a “Translator” option but we recommend Babel Fish for this type of task. Have a look at

This is a very handy page that will translate any text from pretty much any language to another. You can use it by typing a text or have the tool translate an existing web page. Definitely a site to bookmark when traveling!

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