xFarDic is described as 'comprehensive multilingual dictionary developed using GTK2, wxWidgets, libxml2, under GNU/Linux and relesed under GNU/GPL' and is an app in the Education & Reference category. There are more than 25 alternatives to xFarDic for a variety of platforms, including the Web, iPhone, Android, Windows and Linux. The best alternative is GoldenDict, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like xFarDic are Wiktionary (Free, Open Source), Dictionary.com (Free), WordReference (Freemium) and dict.cc (Free).
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Note: Babiloo development is inactive, thanks to all the developers and translators. We recommend the use of GoldenDict from now on.
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