Offline dictionaries

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About this app

Offline dictionaries allows you to browse dictionaries without a network connection, such as when you're on a plane, traveling abroad, out of cellular tower range or if you want to save battery!

Download dictionaries you want to the SD card the first time you launch the app and then perform simple or advance searches (with wild-cards), which come in handy when you're working on a crossword puzzle.

Definitions can also be read by the device using a text to speech module (some devices don't support this and some languages may not be available) and the application can be used with ebook readers.

There are more than 50 multi-lingual dictionaries to choose from, including English, French, German, Spanish, Arabic, Japanese, Korean, Hindi, Hebrew, Russian, Italian, Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch, Czech as well as synonyms and anagrams databases.

Dictionaries are added and improved regularly (ask us if you want a particular one).

It is possible to contribute to dictionaries and to add personal notes.
Synchronize your notes with all your devices by connecting your Google account.

This version is ad supported but you may want to try the pro version which has no ads.
Updated on
Nov 19, 2020

Data safety

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No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Personal info and Device or other IDs
Data isn’t encrypted
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Ratings and reviews

84.5K reviews
Dzmitry Yurchyk
December 10, 2020
The app is used to be great. But the free version, which is limited to 2 dictionaries, currently has a bug and those two free dictionaries aren't become available after the installation. So the free version is completely unusable at the moment. While the paid version might be still good, I think it would be a strange to buy a paid version only because of a broken free version.
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March 6, 2021
Hey I used to love this app till mid of 2020... as after that there may be some update came, for which the older .ddb dictionary files of mine are not working. Even the new ones are also not downloading and staying in the installed folder, rather vanish after the session ends and the next time again on opening the app one has to download them again. Moreover on 2 free slots, very unfair. Developer plz look into this & then I may rise my stars to 5
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A Google user
November 7, 2018
I was using this app for like 7 years and always loved it even though with every update amount of words was decreasing... Last update is SO BAD that I seriously think to delete it and start using even Google translate that bad it is!!! I cant even type a word to translate, in the middle of typing it hangs and opens adverts or google ad links, it becomes not worth to keep. Guys you killed a good app with your greed. Thanks for all years of using it. Will delete it after next update if not before if it stay like now. Kind Regards
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