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Urban Dictionary Review
by on June 6, 2011
Urban Dictionary is a brilliant piece of satire on the web. The site acts as as if it is a real dictionary, but instead of official words it gives you definitions of, usually vacuous, modern slang.
Urban Dictionary clearly states on its Android Market section that if you get easily offended, then don’t download the app. It’s right – the dictionary is pretty filthy and for adults only. But if you are an adult, then the measly 212KB size of the app will do nothing to your storage.
Layout wise, you can view the app through a widget on your homescreen, you can share the words that you find on the app and you can also have a daily word come to you every day – which is worth a snigger or two.
While the content of Urban Dictionary will bring tears to your eyes, the app is occasionally buggy. The widget sometimes disappeared from out phone and the search functionality was less than impressive.
Saying that, if you have an inkling to know what Love (it’s nature’s way into tricking us to reproduce) or Xmax (an extreme version of Christmas) is, then this is the app for you. Just don’t expect to find the Queen’s English inside.
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