VocabHunter is available for Mac, Windows and Linux.
(This is the download page for VocabHunter. If you’re looking for Santulator, you can download Santulator here.)
Download the latest release of VocabHunter for the Apple Mac here: VocabHunter-2.3.0.dmg
Double click the file and in the window that opens, drag the
VocabHunter.app file into the
Applications folder. You should be able to launch it like any other Mac application.
On Microsoft Windows, first download the VocabHunter installer, VocabHunter-2.3.0.exe.
When you run this executable you will be taken through a wizard to help you to install VocabHunter on your PC. At the end of the process you will be given the option to start up VocabHunter.
The latest release of VocabHunter can be downloaded as a
.deb file here: vocabhunter_2.3.0-1_amd64.deb.
You can install the package as follows:
$ sudo dpkg -i vocabhunter_2.3.0-1_amd64.deb
VocabHunter will now run like any other Linux desktop application.
What to Do Now
Once you’ve installed the system and started it up you can begin hunting for vocab. See the help page for a guide to using VocabHunter.
To get all the latest news about VocabHunter including announcements of new releases, follow @vocabhunterapp on Twitter.
A full list of releases for download can be found on the project release page.
Information for Techies
If you’d like to build VocabHunter from the source code and even contribute to the project, you can find it on GitHub at: https://github.com/VocabHunter/VocabHunter.
VocabHunter is Open Source Software, published under the Apache Licence, Version 2.0.