Best Dictionary Apps to Install In 2019

A dictionary app is handy in our daily life. They can help you learn new words every day and expand your vocabulary. For the people who are trying to learn a language, these apps can be exceedingly useful for them. But you cannot carry your computer everywhere with you, so here are few mobile dictionary apps you can download today.

  1. Camji

It is a Japanese camera dictionary app by Jungyeun Shin. This app lets you translate any Japanese text anywhere from its built-in camera app. You have to turn on the app, direct device’s camera to where the Japanese written is, it can either be a posting or writing on a wall or maybe even a direction sign on the road. This app will let you translate that specific word in your own or your chosen language easily. This app is only 15MB on the app store. You can download it using the link as below:


  1. cc is not like your usual dictionary app. It contains a lot of languages, and it can also translate between more than fifty languages. This app specializes in English and German. The app can also work offline. The premium version is ad-free, but it quite expensive. The app also has trivia games to help your vocabulary even better and vocabulary tracker, which helps keep track of the words you learn every day.

  1. com

It is one of the most popular and well-rated app out there. It contains tons of features, for example, audio pronunciations, word origins (which tells you where the specific word originated from), and a translator for more than thirty languages. This app has some in-app purchases; for example, you can get a medical dictionary, idioms, phrases, and a slang dictionary. This app is pretty good, except it can be somewhat loose with security permissions on your phone.

  1. Merriam-Webster

The name of this dictionary has made it quite popular in the app stores. It is one of the top-rated dictionaries you can find on your phone today. This app has high standard word definitions, pronunciation, example sentences of the specific word you are searching for, and it also contains word games which can help you with your vocabulary even more so. On the downside of this app, it is pretty aggressive with its ads. But the premium version is ad-free. Overall it is a great app, and you should check it out if you are looking for some decent vocabulary apps.

  1. Pocket Thesaurus

It is technically not a dictionary app, but it can give you an even greater understanding of English than some of the dictionary apps. This app features over 100k words with a size of only 20MB on your mobile store. It can connect with another dictionary app, and it can also search synonyms of the words. It is not an ad-free app, but its paid version is ad-free.

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