Overall the app is great...The only feature I m missing is audio pronounciations. Should have included in the same app or an option to enable them, if u feel it will make app heavy. Was just wondering why I need to install separate app for that.
The best virtual dictionary available. I have been on the search for a dictionary for a long time. I'd first stumbled upon Wordweb on the net for my desktop. Soon after Android phones came into being, I'd searched and installed this on my phone too. Functions offline.
A best dictionary both for your desktop and cell phone. I have been a fan of it since my college... I mean m really old guy I.e. since 2000 decade. It's a best companion and thanks to word web it's again my companion on the go.
Love it. Before using this app, for many years I have been using the PC version. After buying an Android phone this was my go-to dictionary app. I have just one complain - it doesn't have word etymology. So you can't know the origin of the word. But being a free offline app with no ads - I don't really mind that.
I have tried many dictionaries, but this one is the most useful that I have come across. It is easy to use and free. There is functionality that you can buy to make it better, but as a stand alone dictionary it is still great. The thing I love most is the word suggestion ability it gives you. I look up words sometimes just to check on spelling and many dictionaries will only offer suggestions of other words that have the first part of the word spelled the same, but are limited in their suggestions. What if you got one letter wrong early on? Many dictionaries will not give you any help in this. This one does. It makes additional suggestions of words that you may have wanted. It has saved me a lot of frustration in finding that elusive word that I could not seemed to spell just so to get other dictionaries to give me the word. It also has a great cross referencing feature to look up words from other sources such as Google, Wikipedia and Wiktionary. What I use often is the cross reference to Chambers Thesaurus. The Thesaurus is not free, but not expensive and well worth the money. This version as mentioned is a free app with no ads and great functionality with further expansion option
Everytime I open it downloads sound files. Hence you can only get to see or hear translation after it downloads 150 MB data again. Too bad for a paid app
- New words and definitions
- Improved support for multi-window in Android 7