Hi, i have been using this app just couple of days back, i found it really helpful and a nice app. But would like to suggest one thing, please allow me. It is that, the notification for word of the notification comes only once instead it should be notified 3 times a day so that getting a notification for a single word for that one time helps to remain in memory. I am sure there wouldn't be any un installs and your DAU will also increase. Hope this will be acknowledged. Thank you.
I love the amount of options it gives! Not only that but if you aren't sure you can click one and it will take you to the page they have set up with for it. Each page has a 1-5 word definition for each meaning of the word not just the most common one, and usually a decently long list of synonyms. I'll admit the antonym lost isn't as strong but I use it for writing stories and papers in college and it's been a life saver!
The fact that this app is free startles me. This app is just perfect for someone who needs a thesaurus handy, but can't afford one..
I'm not one to review an app but I deliberately came here because you deserved it. This is one of the most useful apps ever in playstore. Who needs Vocab builder when you have this? This is a great tool for grandiloquence ;)
Perfect app for increasing vocabulary. I have just one question when I'm looking at synonym or antonym of a word there is button to swipe right side. After swiping it which word comes first is that word most appropriate synonym or antonym with respect to the searched word?
This app is very fine. However, the new word that it lends per day is not worthy sometimes.
For Android Marshmallow and above start copy search as a foreground service in your notification bar so one could remove the app from the list of recent apps and still copy a word and see floating thesaurus.
New app shortcuts for Android 7.1 and above for Settings, Bookmarks, and History. For the first time, do start the app once before using shortcuts.
The only online and offline Dictionary and Thesaurus with every word you look up