Let's get wordy!® is the purveyor of word related Android applications from eximietate, inc. logo (pronounced, ek see me a tat) and other postings pertaining to language, math, photography, and musings.

Android apps

eximietate, inc. developed the phone / tablet compatible Android applications , to replace a Franklin electronic dictionary. Employing the native Android voice recognition and Text-to-Speech (TTS) playback capabilities made it more fun to use. Definitions can be shared via Facebook and Twitter social media platforms from the Android application.

Inspired by a college math class project, an is a math problem of words, not to be confused with a word problem, so it is a math game consisting of an equation whose digits are represented by letters. The goal is to identify the numeric value of each letter.

Social Stream

The page is a real-time feed from the @VoiceDictionary, @LetsGetWordy and @EarningAMotorcy Twitter, Google G+, , and YouTube social media accounts.

Voice Dictionary Blogs

Each day a word of the day i.e. daily defintion is published to and with the hashtags #dailyDef (text-only minimal) and (graphic image with pronunciation). Links to the blog posts are also posted to Twitter from the @VoiceDictionary social media account.

Published Writings

Several years after I had shoveled enough driveways for money to purchase a motorcycle, I noticed many parallells to the task of removing snow from a driveway, and virtually any project. The short story, , sums up the experience.

is Master's level reseach comparing two communities, one where electric technology is the forefront of everyday life and one where electric technology is non-existent. The results highlight the impact technology has had on the literacy of personal and societal well-being.

our customers say it best:
  • Voice Dictionary

    Awesome :) My child is mildly dislexic she's struggled a bit with reading the voice option this app offers is just great for both dictionary & spelling purposes.. it has actualy improved her reading.. My younger son who is in first grade has used it for spelling too..real cool awesome app... recomending it to all my friends :) ... please add a share option.–Erika Martinez

  • AlphaMetic

    Fun and challenging–Erica Hollis

  • AlphaMetic

    Awesome Goodbye angry birds and sudoku, I could have a new addiction–A Google User

  • Voice Dictionary (Lite)

    This app is fantastic!–A Google User