How to add and change languages and keyboards on Kindle Paperwhite

Reading Language Kindle Paperwhite

Your Kindle Paperwhite is equipped to handle multiple languages and keyboards. So if you’re bilingual or interested in testing your skills in another language, Kindle is a great way to do it.

Here, we’ll show you how to set the language you want, add and use keyboards in other languages, and even set a default dictionary for each language.

The best free reference apps for your iPhone and iPad

Dictionary.com Word of the Day on iPhone

If there’s a handy spot to have references at your fingertips, it’s your iPhone or iPad. Physical books still hold a place in many people’s hearts but no one walks around with dictionaries, encyclopedias, and phone books nowadays.

So if you’re in the market for good references for school or work, you’ll like this list of the best free reference apps for iPhone and iPad.

How to use the Mac Look Up reference tool for quick details

Using Look Up on Mac

Your Mac comes with a handy, built-in Look Up feature that lets you get information on just about anything. Whether it’s a simple word definition or a game on the App Store, with a click, you can get what you need. While this tool is convenient, it’s one of those things you may not think about using. We’ll show you how to access it and give you tips for using the Mac Look Up reference tool.

iOS 10 tidbit: “Define” has become “Look Up,” now supports Siri-powered web suggestions

As a non-native English speaker, I rely on a Define feature which helps me pull up the definition for any selected word in Safari and other apps, as determined by iOS's built-in Dictionary.

With iOS 10, Apple has rebranded this feature as Look Up and it's not just a marketing gimmick: On iOS 10, Look Up's greatly expanded scope now serves up any piece of Internet content that Siri Suggestions support.

Locktionary: search the iOS dictionary from the Lock screen

Locktionary is a new jailbreak tweak that can be had for free from Cydia's BigBoss repository that will let you search for the definition of any word right from the Lock screen.

The tweak offers a simple way to quickly figure the meaning of a word without having to be vocal with Siri and without even having to unlock your iPhone. In this piece, we'll walk you through how the tweak works and let you know what we think about it.

How to manage dictionaries and look up word definitions on iPhone and iPad

Guide to use built-in dictionary on iPhone

The App Store's virtual shelves carry dozens of dictionary apps but did you know that Apple offered a feature designed to make it easy for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad owners to look up word definitions in a bunch of foreign languages?

Built-in dictionaries are available system-wide and work great as a general quick-reference tool so consider using them whenever possible. In this tutorial, we show you how to download and manage specific language dictionaries, use the Look Up feature and remove dictionaries you might no longer need in order to conserve storage space.