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Review by  Matt M
Reviewed on 2006-07-24
I have to say that this app consumes a very large amount of memory; however it is one of the most useful apps out there. I have to say that it has saved me lots of effort on busywork word scrambles.

Simply put, this app is great – and always useful; deserves a 10/10.

Review by  Drew Hanberry
Reviewed on 2006-04-12
"DAWG" has to be the best App. that has ever been on my TI-84 SE. This program is just full of useful tools, which include an excellent spell-checker. It is very easy to operate. You do not need any type of manual. There is nothing that needs to be changed.

I would recommend this program to anyone and everyone that has a TI calculator. There are no bugs or glitches in this App. so everything runs quickly and smoothly. It is very easy to navigate and it will never clear your RAM. I think that this program is an absolute must-have. Plus, it is seven dollars cheaper.

This deserves a 10/10.

Review by  Yan Zhuang
Reviewed on 2004-01-24
Note! This review was written for a previous version of this file!

DAWG for the TI-83+ and the TI-83+ SE is an excellent albeit memory-consuming flash app with many capabilities. DAWG is mainly used for its spell checking, but the other uses can be very beneficial also. The puzzle solver is extremely useful for crossword puzzles, while the anagram maker is great for creating word games. Even though DAWG is a must-have for TI-83+ and TI-83+ SE users, it does have many downsides. For example, it is the largest flash app I have ever encountered. Storing it onto an 83+ will take up more than half of its archive memory. Also, DAWG should be more user-friendly. Even though the application is already gigantic, it would be better if it also included a custom text editor. Overall, DAWG deserves a good rating.

Rating: 4.1/5

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