I have a doctorate in Greek. I wrote my dissertation on Clement of Alexandria and other early Christian writers.
I travel a lot by train now-a-days and thought I'd pick up this dictionary to use on my iPad/Kindle so I'd have something to look up in when I needed help. The New Testament is so small that it will fit anywhere two packs of cigarettes will fit (though, I don't smoke).
But the Kindle version of the dictionary is totally useless, unless you are in the habit of reading dictionaries from page one to the last page, in sequential order.
You can't look up words. You can just start reading at page one.
Sure, you can try to guess scroll to the right page, though it takes much, much longer than flipping through a book, but that will not get you far.
Don't buy the Kindle version. Go for the printed version instead.
The actual content looks ok. I have the full-blown third edition, but it's not the kind of thing I want to tote around on trips. I was hoping for an alternative. The Kindle version is not it.
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