Up until now, there’s really only been a handful of decent dictionary applications for the Android OS. I’m a huge fan of Dictionary.com’s app which also offers a Thesaurus on board. The same functionality can be found on Webster’s Dictionary application only with a slight different UI, of course. All your standard features are present like synonyms, antonyms, voice entries, audio playback for pronunciations and who can sound smarter on a daily basis without the “word of the day” feature, huh? Ready for the download? Head on over to the Android Market and don’t forget to hit the break to check out the list of features from the developers along with some more screen shots.
From The Developers:
In addition to all the definitions from Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, this app offers voice search – to let you look up a word without having to spell it – along with synonyms, antonyms, example sentences, Word of the Day, and more. It’s a great tool for reference, education, and vocabulary building.
The app is free, and supported by ads.
* Synonyms & Antonyms
* Voice Search
* Example Sentences
* Audio Pronunciations
* Word of the Day
* Reader View – lets you hide navigation buttons to see text in full screen
* Recent History – lets you keep track of the words you’ve looked up