I got the pro version on sale, so to me it's worth the price. Minor things could be improved, like the fact that you have to select the word you're looking for from the drop-down list instead of just typing it and hitting enter. The dictionary itself I think is pretty good.
Pointless. You barely have access to anything with the free version. You don't even get audio pronunciations. Premium literally costs $19.99. Too many ads. Word of the Day vacillates from obvious, to interestingly obscure, to pointlessly obscure. Definitions are lacking. Better dictionary apps that are 100% free and without ads.
Almost as capacious in scope as that type of reference work rarely seen anymore: the unabridged dictionary. But it doesn't devolve into obscurity for obscurity's sake. More essential than any bound reference work I've owned (except Roget's Thesaurus). With portability and search, it's also more convenient and versatile.
Its a good dictionary app, easy to use and understand. HOWEVER when it comes to each mornings "word of the day" the words are so blatantly ridiculous and don't really apply to real life situations. I want to learn a new interesting word everyday... Not words like "swampy".
Excellent but only after you buy premium access. Free version is full of annoying advertisement including pop-ups that makes the app impossible to use. After you get premium it is the best dictionary I ever used.
The free version SUCKs. Obnoxious ads block the screen every two clicks or so. This was infuriating but the dictionary's good so I waited until they had a sale and bought it for 10 bucks.
• Added ability to swipe trough words
• Bug fixes
The most trusted dictionary of current English is available to access for free