Reviewed in Some great apps you may not know. Yet.
Easy to use offline dictionary which supports stardict, wordnet dictionary files, also wikipedia (not all languages). Searched word translations are neatly showed from all your offline dictionaries in one page so no need to switch between different vocabularies. Ability to select word from given translation so you can look further. Doesn't have function to choose from which to which language you want to search (only to disable the ones you don't need at the moment)
Reviewed in Awesome Android apps - daily updates
free Android mobile device application that provides users with access to online translators and dictionaries. This product makes it easier for users to search for their requests from online services such as Wordnet, Wikipedia, and StarDict. The “text-to-speech” feature is useful for changing the pronunciation of certain words.
Reviewed in TT&T(Try,test and tell)
Here's my story.. I have been looking for a dictionary which consumed less memory, for I have tried wordweb and merriam webster previously,occupying 81 mb and 110 mb. And then i came across this.I will tell you the plus points: - size only 18 mb(according to my phone) - works offline,you can check the word meaning and its synonyms -when online,it also showsthe wikipedia entries according to your query(so when online it also acts asa wikipedia client) -best of all, it can be easily integrated with most of the ebook readers(check my review on moon reader!)