Best Apps – Top 5 Dictionary Apps

 

A dictionary can be a handy tool for learning English or any language. It is even better when it is available on the move in your apps of the smartphone. Many apps have features such as a word of the day to help expand your language vocabulary. TGB brings to you the best apps for dictionary and choose the best for you.

 

Dictionary

The Dictionary app is a good option and one of the best apps. It has three sources – Webster’s dictionary, The American Heritage dictionary, and Roget’s Thesaurus.

The app contains a word of the day feature along with a thesaurus, a dictionary, translations to other languages etc. Some features are also available  offline. The app has a word of the day. It also comes with very interesting blogs about words like origin of word. Some additional features include idioms of the day, audio pronunciations and various other dictionaries.

The free version contains advertising while premium version has no ads. You can download it from here.

Dictionary.com

Dictionary.com is one of the most popular dictionary apps on app store. It is also very popular on web version. It has many features like a word of the day, audio pronunciations, a translator for over 30 languages, and  word origins.  It has some in-app purchases for additional features.

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You can download it from here.

Merriam -Webster Dictionary

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary is one of the best apps among dictionary apps. The name recognition  feature has made it  popular for English enthusiasts. It has word definitions, and additionally word games to increase your vocabulary. It also encompasses word of the day, thesaurus,  sentences with example, audio pronunciations, and many more.

You can download it from here.

English Dictionary – Offline

This dictionary app is  a very useful tool for Android users. Of course, it has definitions. As the name suggests, they are all available offline. So there is no need to worry about network connectivity while using it.

You can create flashcards in this app and study them as per your time. You can look through a list of grammar lessons and listen to sample sentences. You can also play “Hang On, Man,” a Hangman-like game for testing the knowledge of vocabulary.

You can download it from here.

Idioms and Phrases Dictionary

Idioms and Phrases Dictionary has something to offer. It allows users to  view entire phrases along with their meanings. It has almost 3500 phrases along with their meanings. You can search for phrases, bookmark feature, and even view them category-wise. You can download it from here

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In addition to all these apps there is always Google Search which is not exactly an app. But it can be used to look up words, though. Using either the voice search or text search, one can simply ask Google the definition or meaning  of any word.