Download the essential and most comprehensive dictionary app for dependable definitions at your fingertips. Dictionary.com is the leading free English dictionary app for iPhone – with over 2,000,000 trusted definitions and synonyms, the Dictionary.com app is designed and optimized for your mobile device. Works offline! Install the offline dictionary for access to definitions whenever you need them. In addition to the trusted reference content from Dictionary.com and Thesaurus.com, this app includes: - Word of the Day – learn a new word each day and expand your vocabulary - Audio pronunciations – never mispronounce another word - Voice search – find the definitions you’re looking for anywhere, anytime - Content Collections Carousel includes Word Trends, Grammar Tips, , Slideshows, and Word of the Day - Quiz widget - test your vocabulary skills (are you prepping for the SAT?) with our Word of the Day quizzes - Favorite words and search history - customize your recently searched word list and never forget the newest words you’ve learned - English Spelling help - not sure how a word is spelled? This app will find it for you - Local look-ups - take a look at the words searched by location - Learner’s Dictionary - includes extra information about word usage for English learners - Optimized for Apple Watch! Get even more from your app with our Upgrades: - Example Sentences - Encyclopedia - Idioms and Phrases - Medical, Science, Rhyming Dictionaries - Offline Dictionary + Remove ads Or you can get all of this additional content and remove ads for one low price with our Pro App.
I’ve used this dictionary for several years with at least three iPhones. Always glad to have it on board for a reference. However, tonight I found an error in the form of an omission. Among the definitions for “Retort”, there is no mention of a “Crematory retort”. When I looked up “Crematory retort”, the app told me there was no listing for that.
It works well, however, I must say that the actual vocabulary is restricted. I’ve found independently dozens of real, definitive words that just aren’t listed. Quite frustrating as I do use this app regularly. Download the Miriam Webster app instead.
I decided to pay for this app because for the last few years I really liked using the web version of thesaurus.com ... unfortunately the data sets, specifically “RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS” which for me is the core needed feature and UI are totally different and inferior in the iOS app. This makes using the app useless. I will still need want/need to go to the web version until the app is the same as the web experience. I hope this can be addressed. I feel like I just wasted my money.
Love this app !!! My go to
I cannot exist without a dictionary at hand ... and noodling around this morning I checked out the Word of the Day page after ferreting out the definition I needed. THE WOTD pages included in other dictionary apps I’ve tried (and most, if not all, have one) included primarily words already in my vocabulary. THIS page was a rollicking excursion into esoterica. It seems that we’re teaching less and less grammar in public schools as the years pass ... and I think the grammar page would be of particularly good use to a plethora of people ... lay people (John and Joan Q. Public) and news casters every where.
It was great until they put in ads that pop up before during and after looking up a word. Deleted app.
I love this app sooo much it helps me so much with my homework and extra activities. When ever I need to know something about a word (part of speech ,synonyms , antonyms, etc ) I cam just ask my app to help me . Five stars for me!
I bought all the upgrades and they didn’t transfer over to my phone. :(
Quick. Easy to use. Excellent reference ability. Would be lost without it. Use it every day.
How do I turn off word of the day. I don’t want to be awaken at 8AM for a word.