Unfortunately, Android 10 and above doesn’t allow apps to access the clipboard anymore. This is intentional move from Google, because of increased security (otherwise all apps could monitor clipboard for passwords). Details can be found at Android 10 changelog. You can also find more details at Aedict Bug 889.
Several users has been asking to add support for EPWING-based dictionaries such as Daijisen 大辞泉, 日本史辞典 or Kojien 広辞苑 to Aedict.
Aedict allows you to download the Daijirin 大辞林 J-J (Japanese-Japanese) dictionary to your phone. Please follow these steps:
Starting with 3.50.6, Aedict now supports synchronization of all of your data across all of your devices. The devices do not have to be tied to the same Google Play account, but they need to have Aedict Ultimate purchased in order to enable sync. The data is synchronized through the Aedict Online server and a copy of the data is kept there. You can even view the data while logged in on Aedict Online to your account.
Starting with 3.50, Aedict has been switched to a subscription-based model, to follow the trend in all other Android apps. You can now install Aedict for free and use the basic features of Aedict for free. To enable all features just subscribe to the “Aedict Ultimate” subscription.
As you’ve probably noticed, the Patreon campaign is over. Many thanks to all supporters for their kind support! Without your support, Aedict wouldn’t be so advanced as it is now. However, I came to a realization that Patreon is not the way to make money. I will therefore be closing the Patreon account and canceling all support pledges.