Agile Tortoise has announced the launch of term.ly, a “new online dictionary and thesaurus site designed to make it easy for writers, students, educators or anyone who cares about words to find and share definitions on the web. term.ly is an online companion for Agile Tortoise’s high-successful iPad and iPhone reference app, Terminology. Terminology has ranked #1 in the reference category, as high as #25 overall on the iTunes App store and been featured by Apple numerous times since its launch in July, 2010. Built on the same semantic reference database, term.ly provides clear, concise definitions and related
words that allow you to browse the English language through more and less specific terms to find just the right word.”
The announcement continues, “term.ly is designed for the modern web, supporting easy to share “short URLs.” No need to remember or search for a word, just type “term.ly/word” in your browser’s address bar. term.ly’s short URLs are designed for sharing as well, on Twitter and other social networks. term.ly also sports a mobile-optimized version, and provides tools such as a
“lookup at term.ly” bookmarklet to integrate into your daily workflow. The site is free and allows you to create optional free accounts to track favorite words, and browsing history.”
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