What's NewNew in 3.1.1:
Addresses a list migration issue introduced in 3.1 for some users, your previous lists will be recovered if you did not delete the app at some point.
Apologies for the inconvenience
New in 3.1:
iOS6 & iPhone5 support
Backup and restore of lists
Font size selection in the preferences for users with challenged sight, works with iPhone but mostly aimed at iPad (especially the largest size)
Share with friends now using a file instead of a URL (allows sharing large lists)
Uncluttered the list action menu, made export functions clearer to understand
Hints pop-up messages
Added volume slider in Speech screen to control the output sound (physical volume control in iOS is not controlling the application volume when no sound is playing in the application, controls ringer instead)
Improved supports for very large list (> 1000 entries)
Latest iSpeech version
Latest dictionary/example sentences
Romaji cell not copyable in dictionary entry display
Disabled single latin character search in example sentences to avoid endless lookups (single kana and kanji search is still ok)
Fixed a display glitch when kanji has no KUNYOMI
Prevent Merge and delete on the History list
Conjugation of the Yodan-る(e.g. Gozaru)
Conjugation of the Godan-る verb special class (e.g. 問う)
iOS4 support temporarily discontinued due to inability to test with this iOS version, support for iOS 4.3 and above will return when I can test again.
App Description(Powered by iSpeech®)
This application is a multilingual Japanese dictionary for iPhone and iPod touch devices. The dictionary files are embedded in the application so that the dictionary service is available at all times with no additional cost.
Imiwa? was created using the amazing JMdict files from the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group based on the work of Jim Breen on the EDICT project.
Use the Japanese keyboard to look-up words in kana/kanji.
You may use the excellent Traditional Chinese character recognition keyboard for on-screen drawing of Kanjis.
Look-up in ramaji is as well supported.
Imiwa? now uses the iSpeech® technology to synthesize voice in many languages including Japanese! This function requires a network connection.
November 26, 2012 New version 3.1.1
October 11, 2012 New version 3.0.2
September 27, 2012 New version 3.0.1
September 08, 2012 New version 2.9.1
August 28, 2012 New version 2.9.0
November 11, 2011 New version 2.8.0
September 27, 2008 Initial Release