JED - Japanese Dictionary  for InFocus Bingo 20 (M425)

JED - Japanese Dictionary

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JED is an offline Japanese Dictionary

InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) smartphone was launched in March 2016. The phone comes with a 4.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 850 pixels by 480 pixels. InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) price in India starts from Rs. 4,750.

The InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) is powered by 1.5GHz quad-core Spreadtrum SC9830 processor and it comes with 1GB of RAM. The phone packs 8GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 64GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) packs a 8-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 5-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

The InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) runs Android 5.1 and is powered by a 2300mAh non removable battery. It measures 136.80 x 67.00 x 10.82 (height x width x thickness) .

The InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) is a dual SIM (GSM and GSM) smartphone that accepts Nano-SIM and Nano-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB OTG, FM, 3G and 4G (with support for Band 40 used by some LTE networks in India). Sensors on the phone include Compass Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer and Gyroscope.


How to download JED - Japanese Dictionary form InFocus Bingo 20 (M425)?

  1. Check the Android version to verify compatibility of JED - Japanese Dictionary with InFocus Bingo 20 (M425).
    Find Android version: go to "Settings" - "About the phone" - "Android version". Make sure JED - Japanese Dictionary is compatible with InFocus Bingo 20 (M425).
  2. Click the download button to download JED - Japanese Dictionary in InFocus Bingo 20 (M425).
  3. Once the download and installation are complete, find JED - Japanese Dictionary in your home screen and tap the icon to open it.

App Reviews for InFocus Bingo 20 (M425)

  • Alfonso Aliomar
    This is a really useful and brilliant app over all; the dictionaries however keeping going invalid at random. An uninstall and reinstall worked only as a temporary fix and even then, there is trouble. I hope this app will work better soon, it's been a huge help in my studies. ありがとな。
  • Jeikobu Nihon
    This app has been a lifesaver. The dictionary is vast and very helpful, with some very nice features. I'd like to see more examples of how each word or term is used, but I really can't find any notable flaws with this app.どうも有難う御座います!!
  • A Google User
    すごい JED!
    Awesome. I had tried this program on a motorola atrix and it would not install correctly. I upgraded to a samsung galaxy note and now it works perfectly. Thank you for making this program available. Having the wwwjdic in my pocket whenever i want it is a God send, fast interface too!The storage usage is really not that much for modern devices.
  • Lauren Tobutt
    The best available, but could be better.
    Of all the Japanese dictionary apps available, this one is the best. However, it could be better. I am very frustrated by how the kanji radical section works. If a radical is in more than 50 kanji, the program will only show you 50 results. I need to see all of them on one list. I don't need to be combining other radicals and looking through every combination in a tedious process just so I can see all the kanji that have a particular radical. Show us all the kanji with that radical please.
  • A Google User
    Great but still need some improvement to be excellent
    I love it so much. Learning japanese is become simpler for me now. But still i have to look back to my Kanji Dictionary because i couldnt find some words here. So many word that contains more than one kanji and when we dont even know the read then we search it by radicals, its only showing one kanji. Means u have to re-checking for the other one. It takes more time. But over all this is a great apps. Good job.
  • Lusi Peku
    Good, but..
    I use this a lot and it a great app that help me learning japanese when i'm not in class. But it'll suddenly error sometimes and i always have to reinstall it. Installing this app is such a pain in the ass because i have to keep it on screen or it will fail (sometimes i have to pray while waiting). The bar move like snail. But still this dictionary is the best i ever know.
  • A Google User
    Very comprehensive!
    Feature-wise, I think it's very good. So far the best dictionary I've used, even better than Aedict. Dictionary + conjugation of not only group 1 and group 2 verbs, but also grp 3! The only nitpicking I have now is that the touch-zone for the cross symbol to delete the currently entered text in the search box at the top with one touch is too small. I have to press to the right half of the image of the cross to trigger the clearing of the text box, making it a little hard to switch between searches quickly.
  • Robin Schulz
    Rarely do reviews, can't hold myself back here though. Started learning Japanese 5 years ago, live here now. All this time JED helped me tremendously ( combination with anki). Love the sentence examples. There are two things that would make it perfect: the ability to add new entries to the dictionary, and kanji recognition (need to use different app simultaneously). Apart from that, great! Thank you!
  • A Google User
    Been using it for years
    Lovely application Please add a feature to just browse through the dictionary.. As in no search entries but being able to scroll through all the words.. I can't find any japanese dictionary on android with this feature.. Thanks
  • Andrea S.
    Best Japanese dictionary
    Really convenient, love that you don't need data or WiFi connection to use it. But recently the app has a kind of tracer effect or blurring when I scroll down the definition page to see examples and conjugations. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling but it still does it. Please fix!
  • A Google User
    A "must have" dictionary
    Jed is great indeed. If you're looking for a Japanese/English, English/Japanese dictionary, this is one of your best options. For those of us who aren't good at kanji, the dictionary has furigana (hiragana) above each kanji. You can also save lists of words and name them for quick reference or study.
  • Eser Ünsaldı
    Great dictionary
    you can search for a plenty of words that you cannot find in other dictionaries. But unfortunately I cannot use its full contents. Whenever I try to open a word row in the list, the application gives a bug report forcing the application to close.
  • A Google User
    Great app, updated dictionary
    New dictionary update brings huge improvement, now much more comprehensive. Please make it optional for all 15 conjugations of verbs to not show in search results. It's frustrating having to scroll through them all to get to the next word. Also I'm not seeing the new interface on my phone even though I'm sure I have the latest version.
  • A Google User
    This application has completely replaced my Japanese electronic dictionary. It would deserve 6 start if not for the "- User data ( especially tags!!! ) gets deleted when updated!" part. Tags are one of the really smart things about this app. Thanks for saving my Japanese trip ;)
  • Phil Jones
    Very useful & comprehensive
    JED never fails to answer my question when I need to look up a word or Kanji. In terms of vocab it's very comprehensive, and the featureset is impressive too. I heartly recommend this app! I do have one issue - not sure if it's my hardware but sometimes I can't scroll right down to the bottom of an entry (Xperia Z).
  • ニダエリサ
    Best dictionary
    It is the only dictionary(Jap/Eng) I use because it doesn't load much my ROM and it's effective. I use it the most to translate some Kanji I don't know from Japanese friends. I 5stars it because I don't have any bugs,it works well. Thanks :D
  • Yuki Kuketsuki
    This is amazing!
    A key, must have dictionary. There were a lot of words I couldn't find in Google translate or other Japanese translation dictionaries that I was able to find here. This app is so user friendly! Love that you can put your own tags on words.
  • Dan Isacsson
    While the developer may be spending their time making money elsewhere this dictionary is by far the best I've come across from English to Japanese. The only thing missing are more information surrounding each term. But that I can look for elsewhere. Love this, thank you.
  • Onkar Kulkarni
    Thanks for the best application.
    This is an excellent application. Really good for daily basis and for kanji. Every Japanese language learners MUST HAVE app. Really really thanks to all of you who developed this Magic application. One more thing. I would like to give you a 7 star rating. . Yoroshiku onegai shimasu. .
  • A Google User
    Still great but...
    *edit* unfortunately, this app is starting to show its age as Android has moved on and improved but the app hasn't been updated. One glaring issue is that when you scroll you get terrible screen flickering and the text becomes unreadable. It will eventually fix itself, but it's a bit inconvenient. Still a very good app, it just needs a little TLC.
  • A Google User
    Very good
    I stumbled upon JED after having been using WWWJDIC for Android for nearly an year. The latter is very good also and feature-rich, the big drawback for me is that it lacks an off-line dictionary search capability, which JED provides. JED also features animated preview of kanjis: here not only the order but also the direction of each stroke is shown. On the minus side, in comparison to WWWJDIC for Android, JED lacks OCR and handwritten kanji recognition support, therefore I'm giving four stars. All in all, a very good and complete app which does its jobs perfectly.
  • A Google User
    Japan resident, Japanese language student
    It's not bad, but it's not very practical. It tends to give unusual words and unused pronounciations. Like the provided pronounciation for 風邪 is wrong, the correct かぜ is only listed as an alternative and easy to miss. However the kanji search by radical is invaluable as is the ability to look up phrases. For general words I'd recommend something else.
  • Rhys Stevens
    More features
    Been using JED for years now and I absolutely love it. It's helped me out in many a dire situation.  Was just wondering if it's possible to add an option so you can add your own entries or delete entries, or an online mode and download other people's entries and notes about certain words.  I'm sure people would happily pay for that.  Again, thank you for your hard work. Tried to email to thank you but address is no longer active. Great product. I recommend it to all.
  • A Google User
    Richly featured, very usable
    This app is an amazing resource for the studier of the Japanese language. It's flexible, and yest at the same time fairly simple. Features such as the stroke-order digrams round out the package and make it an indispensable ttol in the study armory. I'm stunned this thing is free, and I'm with another reviewer in calling for a financial contribution link for the developer.
  • Timmy Saar
    The best English-Japanese dictionary EVER
    I have been learning Japanese for 3 years now and have studied in Japan (N3 on the JLPT). JED has been my constant companion throughout it all, and I honestly don't know what I would do without it. The offline mode is a lifesaver when I'm abroad. Radical lookup, handwritten diagrams -- it's everything you need. I love how you can look up phrases and see example sentences. Simply fantastic.
  • Wing Lam Ng
    The best japanese dictionary
    Best jap dictionary in market. However, it was good until I updated my note 4 to Marshmallow. Whenever I try to scroll down, everything becomes blurry. Same thing happens on my s7 edge as well (also on Marshmallow). It was fine in Lollipop
  • A Google User
    Fantastic app
    Just a couple of things I'd like: Kanji recognition (though the search by radicals is useful too) Clearer definitions or fewer in the cases of some... there are often several definitions for the same word that native Japanese seem to disagree with... Beyond that, it's a superb app! It's far cheaper than a denshi jisho and it's offline unlike many others... Keep up the too work!
  • Cameron VanDerhoof
    Very useful!
    Very useful application! I use it all the time when I'm looking for Kanji that I don't know how to read. I combine it with Kanji Draw (I guess the stroke order, which is fairly simple to do), and if Kanji Draw finds what I'm looking for (sometimes my stroke order will be off, or I missed some marks), then JED will always find what I'm looking for, giving me every meaning, reading, and how to properly use the word in sentences. I use to have Kotoba on my iPod Touch, and this is a great alternative for Android! I do wish that I could get the nicer look, like in Pictures 3-6, rather than the default, hard-coded look. It doesn't take off any points, considering I'd prefer functionality over looks for the purpose it serves, but it'd be a nice option. (HTC Droid DNA)
  • David Bell
    Great, but buggy?
    Used this app when I lived in Japan. Conjugations of verbs and kanji stroke order diagrams are invaluable. Since upgrading to an S6, every time I scroll it goes blurry, bounces up and down and won't scroll all the way to the bottom. Installing and reinstalling didn't help. Would love a fix as I'm studying Japanese again!
  • Jack Mercer
    This has been an amazing and extremely simple and easy-to-use dictionary. While I try to avoid romaji, one nice feature is that you can search up Japanese words using romaji spelling if you're in a hurry and don't want to use hiragana/katakana. It also breaks down radicals of compound kanji, and gives you all forms of a verb (two very useful features). Maybe 5-10% of the words I've looked up haven't been in the database, possibly due to being slang or newer versions of words. Only reason it's not 5-star.
  • alice mariah virginia rose
    This is the first time I've actually WANTED to rate an app. This app was everything I wanted and more! <3 not only can type in the word you want to find, you can also narrow down your results! And I was NOT expecting the kanji by radicals recognizer! <3 I still think kanji by radicals is the best thing I've ever found and that this app has it made it amazing. ~ I can't believe its FREE!
JED - Japanese Dictionary

JED - Japanese Dictionary