Just click the 'Restore Purchases' button in the purchase view.
Be aware that purchases on iPhone/iPad and Mac are speparate and cannot be restored across platforms.
In the purchase view there is button 'Restore Purchases' which will activate all existing purchases for that platform.
Please note that Mac and iPhone/iPad purchases are separate as they come from different App Stores and have different prices. On a Mac you can only restore Mac purchases, on an iPhone or iPad you can only restore purchases made on an iPhone or iPad.
No. However purchases are platform specific. That means add-ons for iPhone/iPad and Mac are separate because these are also separate App Stores.
Example: If you have two Macs, you only need to buy the Mac Pro Features once. (To activate purchased add-ons click the restore button) If you also have an iPhone, you need to purchase the iPhone Pro Features separately.
We think folders and lists are not flexible enough to work with a vocabulary. That is why Wokabulary has a very powerful search and filter.
Just add tags to your words according to your needs. Tags can describe a topic, grammatical function or just the lesson you learnt them in. And as you can add multiple tags to a word, you can filter your words by any of these tag just as you need it.
You can select multiple words by holding down the cmd-key while clicking on words. You can select a range
of words by holding down the shift-key and clicking on the first and last word of the range.
You can then edit or delete the words just as you would with a single word.
To work with multiple translations just create multiple word pairs. Wokabulary automatically recognizes syononyms in the Quiz and counts any of the translations as correct. It might then, however, ask for both translations to make sure you rehearse both words.
Wokabulary supports any script and language. Often you will need to change the keyboard layout to type
foreign characters. To do so you must first activate the keybard layout in the System Settings.
Apple have detailed description on how to do that their support site:
for iPad and iPhone as well as for Mac
Wokabulary can even automatically switch your keyboard layout. On the Mac you can set that up in
Settings; on the iPhone or iPad it works out of the box.
Please note that on OS X El Capitan, for automatic keyboard layout switching to work correctly, you need to disable
Automatically switch to a document's input source under
System Preferences > Keyboard > Input Sources
You find detailed description of how to restore a backup here: paper.dropbox.com/doc/How-to-Restore-a-Wokabulary-Language-from-a-Backup.
Sycing will be performed whenever you add, edit or delete a word. But you can always trigger a sync manually by clicking on the sync status icon in the filter bar.
That happens, when there are sync conflicts between the platforms. When changes have been made on several devices at the same time (or offline) changes must be merged. In that case deleted words are recreated because Wokabulary does not know if the word has been deleted or created. We don't want you to lose words, so Wokabulary tends to recreate words instead of deleting words. This can be solved by taking all devices online for some time so the sync gets rebalanced and all devices are on the same version again.
System Settings > iCloud
System Settings > Notifications
System Settings > iCloud
In case syncing does not work or you have re-appearing problems, please send us an e-mail describing the problem.
When you delete a language it will no longer be synced. Otherwise it would keep
To get a deleted language back and have it synced from the current cloud version, just re-create that language in
Settings > Language Management. It will then automatically be synced and merged with the existing language on your other devices.
Unfortunately CSV is not a standardized format and there are lots of different CSV formats.
Wokabulary supports the most common CSV formats as used by most other vocabulary trainers as well as by Apple Numbers and Microsoft Excel. CSV data is expected to meet the following requirements:
You should be able to set these constraints when exporting your CSV file. If not you can easily modify
your CSV file using any text editor.
Just open the CSV file in the text editor and use search and replace to set the separators to comma or
tabs. Most text editors (like Tincta) also allow you to change the line endings and the text encoding.
A perfect sample French-English CSV file should look like this in your text editor:
The direct integration of Quizlet has actually been removed in Wokabulary 4.
We think the searching for word lists is much more convenient on Quizlet website than how we could ever integrate it. We want to put our focus on the aspects of actual vocabulary practicing like word management, quiz and statistics.
Of course you can still download word lists directly from Quizlet.com (as CSV-files) and add them to your vocabulary with just a few clicks using Wokabulary's import functionality.
No. Wokabulary can export selected words or complete vocabularies in CSV format. We think the CSV format is the most flexible and useful format. CSV files can be read by every vocabulary trainer as well as by Excel, Numbers, OpenOffice, all browsers and every text editor
Tip: If you really need a PDF or HTML version, export the words as CSV, open that CSV in Excel or Numbers and export from there as HTML or PDF.