Pretty nice The search interface isn't quite perfect (tapping the top item selects the input field instead) and other character sets (e.g. IPA pronunciation codes, other languages) aren't supported. I got around the character issues by setting DejaVu Sans as my rooted phone's font using Font Installer, but it would be nice if this app included that font by default.
Useless Can't search. "Please try again when you're connected to a network" I am. I can go home and follow links and they load, no problem, just refuses to search.
Great dictionary, but problems with input I use this often, but when I switched from Galaxy S4 to S6 the input doesn't work well. It appears to lock up and not display suggestions. I discovered by accident that tapping outside the input pane unlocks and updates the window. Then it looks right. I just have to periodically tap the main window to get an updated display. Otherwise, I like it.
Useful, but still some minor issues I use it to search words both in English and Russian, and works quite well. The optimal page resizing on different screens does not work very well and the predictive search feature (i.e. the autocompletion of the words) works only for latin characters (in cyrillic it does not work as in the web version). Once these two things will be updated, I'll give it five stars easily.
Useless app. It's the same as using the browser. I expected a more interactive interface, like the ability to select preferred languages. For example, I mostly use this as a Japanese to English dictionary. It would be nice to have an option to only show Japanese language when searching for kanji, hiding the Chinese definitions. Also, no optimization for smartphone screens at all.
Fully functional at last This app is now working properly on my Nexus 7. All that needs doing is a bit of window-dressing, and then Wiktionary for Android will be a five-star app.
Free Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia + Wiki and Offline. Find EVERY word.