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Expert's Review

"Look up words and learn how to correctly pronounce them"

Reviewed by / May 31, 2011

Search the meaning directly from Dictionary.com and Thesaurus.com

This free Dictionary.com app helps you look up words directly from your smartphone. You just need to type the word in question and you'll have the complete meaning and the possibility to listen to the correct pronunciation. Dictionary.com allows searches by voice and a list with your favorite words can be created.

The best of this app are the Word of the day, Spanish word of the day, Question of the day and Hot Word screens. Just for them it's a worthwhile download.

Ken Fehling created Dictionary.com and has a few other apps in the market if you want to take a look at them.

If you want an easy and simple dictionary in your smartphone, be sure to download this helpful app.

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Developer's original description available here
The #1 FREE English dictionary app for Android since 2010—with over 2,000,000 definitions and synonyms from Dictionary.com & Thesaurus.com! OFFLINE access is now available!
★ Time Magazine ‘Top 10 Back-To-School App ★ Winner: CNET Top 100 Mobile App Award ★
★ Winner: Best App Ever for Books & Reference

* FULL English Dictionary and Thesaurus—over 2,000,000 definitions, synonyms & antonyms
* Daily content including Word of the Day, blog & slideshows
* FREE advanced Learner’s Dictionary provides additional context
* Audio pronunciations
* Idioms & phrases
* Word origin & history
* Voice search
* Favorite words
* Search history
* Spelling suggestions
* IPA and phonetic pronunciations
* Commonly looked-up words mapped to specific locations
* Medical, legal & financial content
* Abbreviations, acronyms & slang content
* Word of the Day home screen widget
* Compatible with tablet devices like the Nexus 7 & Samsung Galaxy Tab
Get the Premium Dictionary.com app to enjoy an ad-free experience with example sentences and more.

Tip: To turn Word of the Day notifications on or off, go to Settings > Notifications and toggle On or Off.

Recently changed in this version

Word of the Day push notifications
New additions to the dictionary including "binge-watch", "upcycle" and "flexitarian"
Performance improvements and bug fixes
Use when offline: download the offline dictionary in 'Settings'

Tip: To turn Word of the Day notifications on or off, go to Settings > Notifications and toggle On or Off.

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Comments and ratings for Dictionary.com
  • (74)

    by SAAD SHAIKH on 22/06/2012

    is this work on htc explorer??

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    by Zuma F on 04/11/2014

    I really hate the light text font. unreadable. highly annoying. not getting any better for sure. not even an upgrade for readable version. this never will be a usable app til the design is changed.

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    by Stephen Heart on 04/11/2014

    Great app! It is so valuable to be able to nurture your vocabulary like a great garden. Being able to express as well as understand in language the intricate details of the spectacular universe of the human mind is one of the greatest contributions to a fulfilling life.

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    by Holly Olier on 04/11/2014

    I love this app. I use it almost every day. I love the word of the day also. Can't say enough good things about this. Once I get to the site, I stay awhile checking all the other things they offer.

  • (74)

    by Amanda Willis on 04/11/2014

    Lots of ads but still good

  • (74)

    by Tyler Cornell on 04/11/2014

    This app is fantastic!!!!!

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    by Justin Barfield on 04/11/2014

    Pretty good app. Wide variety of definitions, and the learner's and rhyme functions are helpful. Thesaurus leaves a little to be desired, though.