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    anyone has free and good dictory software for 8100? please upload it.

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    Well to be honest if you have a data plan use google...the size of a full blown webster's dictionary on your phone would not be pretty.

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    Hey! Didn't they have a thing on herr about making links on the homescreen? You could use that and put a link to dictionary dot com and not have to worry about it.

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    Edit: sorry, it's not an English/English dictionary, it does translation between languages.

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    Another way to look up words is to send an email to wsmith@wordsmith.org and then type the word "define" and the word you want to look up next to it (Ex. define blackberry) in the subject line -then send the email and within a few secs you"ll receive an email back with the definition.

    P.S. don't forget to save wordsmith's email address in your address book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cgaliffi View Post
    Another way to look up words is to send an email to wsmith@wordsmith.org and then type the word "define" and the word you want to look up next to it (Ex. define blackberry) in the subject line -then send the email and within a few secs you"ll receive an email back with the definition.

    P.S. don't forget to save wordsmith's email address in your address book.
    that sounds kind of like a lot of trouble, go to getjar.com i seen some on there most of them are trial for about 30 days here is a link

    http://www.getjar.com/products/15842...naryBlackBerry

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    Quote Originally Posted by cgaliffi View Post
    Another way to look up words is to send an email to wsmith@wordsmith.org and then type the word "define" and the word you want to look up next to it (Ex. define blackberry) in the subject line -then send the email and within a few secs you"ll receive an email back with the definition.

    P.S. don't forget to save wordsmith's email address in your address book.

    that doesnt work

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    Quote Originally Posted by fkjr2 View Post
    that doesnt work
    I had no problemms with it I got the ansewer not evebb a minut later

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    This is a no brainer. This is perfect reason to use the internet on your blackberry. Go to www.dictionary.com . It is as quick or quicker than any app, especially if you use Opera (but that is not neccessary). There is nothing easier or that does a better job.

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    Dude, http://wap.dictionary.com is what you want!

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    Wordsmith is easily the best option. There is nothing more simple that sending a quick email and getting a response back in less than 10 seconds. Ive used wordsmith for a very long time and never had any problems.

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    Thumbs up Fast & Easy

    Thanks this works great!

    Quote Originally Posted by cgaliffi View Post
    Another way to look up words is to send an email to wsmith@wordsmith.org and then type the word "define" and the word you want to look up next to it (Ex. define blackberry) in the subject line -then send the email and within a few secs you"ll receive an email back with the definition.

    P.S. don't forget to save wordsmith's email address in your address book.

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