Artham is a lite version of Olam dictionary. It is completely offline, has the largest database with over 2,15,600+ definitions, yet being the smallest app in the Google Play Store. It also has an intelligent clipboard capture system to easily bring the meaning of the word you are looking for.
Artham has a huge database with over 2,15,600+ definitions. This includes words, phrases, and idioms. It is powered by the “Olam English-Malayalam dataset” developed by Kailash Nadh. It is an open-source growing crowdsourced database. All the credits for the database go to him.
Artham is the smallest offline English Malayalam dictionary in Play Store. It is not just small, it is incredibly small. Highly sophisticated encoding is performed on the primary database to bring down the size. The APK is just 2.55 MB and after installation, the total size is 4.44 MB. The RAM is usage is near to 12 MB but the app can be completely cached by Android OS. So it will be super smooth.
The app is designed to apply Material Design principles by Google. It is has a very simple and straightforward interface. Suggestions are welcome to improve the user experience.
Artham has an intelligent clipboard capture system which automatically detects the word you copied just before you open the app and fills it in the search box for you. So you are only one click away from fetching the meaning rather than typing the entire word struggling with the spelling.
Artham is completely offline. It doesn’t even ask any permission during the installation. It is simply because it doesn’t need internet or any advanced facilities of phone to work. And ofcourse there is no annoying advertisements.
Your valuable suggestions are welcome to improve the app. I promise I will do my best to bring future updates that will satisfy your requirements.