Ejectamenta.com html5 puzzle games have been tested on a low specification Android tablet using the Google Chrome mobile browser and, although full screen mode is not currently supported with this browser, everything works fine (Opera mini browser however still has some problems with touch screen input). Since full screen mode is not possible, game play can sometimes be tricky (Tangram Odyessy), however the new zooming and panning functionality allows for the accurate placement of pieces.
Now ejectamenta.com users can see their achievements on the user home page area of the website. Each completed puzzle is shown as a thumbnail along with other details such as number of times completed and time taken to first complete the puzzle.
If you want to learn a language it is a good idea to start reading a book in your preferred foreign language, reaching for the dictionary for any unknown words. This way you will increase your grammar and vocabulary in a natural manner whilst getting the hand of colloquial expressions. However reaching for the dictionary and searching for words is time consuming and gets in the way of reading the text. The vocabulist bookmarket found on the Ejectamenta website lets you have instant translations merely by hovering over unknown words. This works for just about any website (except those using iframes, like ebay!). The software tool optionally speaks the translated words as well. Just drag the bookmarklet to your browser bookmarklet bar to get started, then click on the bookmark button to activate the tool, next find a book (for instance an online Spanish version of Don Quixote) and start reading in your new language.