Hanping Cantonese Dictionary 4.2 released

September 24th, 2015
  • Improved clipboard notifications
  • Improved External Links section
  • Redesigned navigation drawer
  • Removed lots of notifications
  • Fixed some dict formatting issues
  • Added support for Android Marshmallow
  • Minor bug fixes

Please note: the version number has been fast-forwarded from 2.1 to 4.2 to keep it in line with our Mandarin dictionary apps which have many similar features.

The app is available on Google PlayAmazon Appstore.

4 Responses to “Hanping Cantonese Dictionary 4.2 released”

  1. Shane says:

    Hi. I used Hanping Chinese Pro before and it allowed me to change the size of the text for people to easier to see. I am using Hanping Cantonese now and I do not have the option to change the size of the text in the app. Can you please make this a feature? Thank you.

    Also, does ABC dictionary available for Hanping Cantonese? And when I try to access the link for ABC dictionary (https://hanpingchinese.com/abc), I cannot access the page so I cannot read more about it. Please fix that.

    • Hi Shane and thank you for your message.

      None of the Hanping apps have ever supported customisable font sizes, so you must be confusing our app with another one. The way to adjust the font size would be in the System Settings, though that would affect all text in all apps.

      ABC dictionaries are not available in the Cantonese app, because they are specifically for Mandarin. If you have Hanping Chinese Dictionary Pro installed and the ABC C-E dictionary, then you can easily jump from the Cantonese app to Hanping Pro (for the currently shown word) by using the Hanping Pro icon in the navigation drawer.

      Thanks for reporting the website problem. I will try to fix it ASAP.

      • Shane says:

        Is it possible to add the font size feature in your settings? So I do not need to change the whole phone’s settings? Hopefully it is not too much of a hassle.

      • Shane says:

        Also, regarding the ABC dictionaries: 1) If I search an English word, it will give me the definition in Chinese? 2) Will it also give me the pronunciation of the English word in English?

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