Words that you've looked up are highlighted in the current article heading.
The pop-up dictionary works offline so you can download the articles and read them at your leisure.
The dictionary contains 196 076 entries.
You can add your own RSS feeds (Pro version only) (news, sport, technology, entertainment etc) and have individual words translated by simply touching the word you don't know.
Whether you are studying Spanish for school, work, travel, business or fun, this android app can help. It is especially useful for increasing vocabulary quickly and enjoyably. You can customize the vocab you learn and is also very helpful for exams such as the DELE where it can help you to memorize lots of words quickly.
There are two Spanish feeds enabled by default (the international news from el mundo and technology news from gizmodo), they can be deleted if you want.
This app has a light theme which is perfect for e-readers that are Android compatible. It is also the fastest, easiest way to read Spanish RSS articles. You can add your own feeds whether they be from Spain or Latin America.
In this ad supported version, only the heading contains translatable words. If you are interested in this app please consider purchasing the pro version (coming soon) which includes a more comprehensive dictionary and word translation for the article text as well as no ads, vocabulary saving and more.
Portions of the code are adapted from the open source project Sparse RSS. The source code for which can be found here: https://github.com/doits/Sparse-RSS the license can be found both within the app and at https://github.com/doits/Sparse-RSS/blob/master/LICENSE
Offline dictionary data is from Wiktionary. Terms from the dictionary can be found on the wiktionary.org site and is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License (CC-BY-SA). A copy of this License is available at: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Wiktionary:Text_of_Creative_Commons_Attribution-ShareAlike_3.0_Unported_License