I’ll opt for a dictionary that doesn’t literally call for the erasing of all country borders (no joke, it was in one of their recent “articles”) and other extreme left-wing ideas. You’re a dictionary, be neutral.
I love the app I just wannna add the word of the day to my calendar so my family can see em
Love having a small dictionary in my pocket
Wherever there is supposed to be an apostrophe, a bunch of symbols and letters are in its place. Makes a dictionary app look bad. Frustrating to try and read.
This app is great but why do need to pay for other things for a better dictionary? Over all it is great! I wish you guys enjoy the dictionary too!
This app is a (mostly*) convenient tool for making sure I use words correctly. 4.5 star rating, rounded down. *Bothersome pop-ups
Use it daily
I’m downloading Merriam-Webster. Can’t believe I put up with this app as long as I have. I even paid to make those annoying ads that you’re required to watch go away. I wasted my money apparently, the ads still come. Done with it.
bi·ased ˈbīəst/ adjective unfairly prejudiced for or against someone or something. "we will not tolerate this biased media coverage Example: Judea Judea or Ju·dae·a [joo-dee-uh] Word Origin See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com noun the S region of ancient Palestine: existed under Persian, Greek, and Roman rule; divided between Israel and Jordan in 1948; since 1967 completely occupied by Israel. It was Israel and Judea before a Roman Conquerer renamed it Palestine. Palestine is Greek word for Philistine.
I love having a dictionary at my fingertips and this is a pretty good one. I am rating it four stars because I upgraded to have the extra feature of having words used in a sentence and I never got access to it and there is no way to contact anyone.
Ad asked, “What the f*** is Whiskey Tango Foxtrot and other Army Lingo”
Even better than the word lookup supplied in ebooks!
Fast, accurate in most cases.
I want my $2.99 credited back to my account. I paid for example sentences and there aren’t any. I have tried everything within the App Dictionary and there is nothing. This is very misleading. I am trying to study for my class and I can’t even get what I paid for. I even tried to contact you guys and it will not even allow me to do that. It’s only been 15 minutes of me getting it and I am so disappointed with this App. I cant rate your App right now because I have nothin good to say because it has not given me what I paid for. Please refund my money Thanks
Been using the app for years. First only online; and then downloaded it as soon as it became available. Easy to use and switch between dictionary and thesaurus.
Where is my purchase of example sentence???
If you're looking for a dictionary that might need to work remotely or off-line this is not the app you want.
Love this!! Easy to use, I love always having a dictionary at my fingertips!
Very good product that has been corrupted by annoying and loud pop up ads that make app a 1 star. I was looking up word during board meeting when a loud ad rocked the meeting from my phone.
I just love this app I use it on a daily basis if I see A word that I am not sure of and I love all the little added features that they have
I downloaded this and saw on the add banner about Dictionary.com Pro and wanted to get the Pro version to get rid of the ads and be able to use offline. So I paid the $2.99. After downloaded and looking at “our other apps tab” turns out it still wasn’t the Pro version. It’s $3.99 for the Pro and I downloaded it. Turns out they are the same version and build number but totally two different apps on the desktop. Looking more closely the Pro is complete, no more in-app purchases. Then I look at the regular that I already paid $2.99 for and it has more “upgrades”. For $5.99 more you can get the bundle which guess what? Yes, after spending $2.99+ now $5.99 more you get the same thing as the complete $3.99 Pro Version. •BTW, I always thought Apple Support was wonderful in the past, but they weren’t any help on this because I had one issue in the past where I accidentally downloaded something I misunderstood (can’t remember what because it was about two years ago) and they did credit it. For a multi-billion dollar company that’s pretty bad good will over $2.99 for a longtime supporter. I will definitely think about my next Apple purchases... Yes I’ve always had the latest and greatest of their phones, computers, TVs, subscription services and other products. So this iPhone X 256GB may be the last of my longtime (20 years) affinity for Apple. Too bad over 2.99😟
Yes there are a lot of ads...and so it goes with free apps. However, it works well w/o glitching out and gives me definitions, which is the only expectation that I have for a dictionary.
The only thing I’m hoping for is the “word of the day” to function as an alert. Otherwise a great app!
They couldn’t take me pointing out all of their typos and now I bet they can’t handle how I’m about to point out that their word of the day repeats: May 27 five times. Here’s the one word that sums up dictionary.com’s developers: INCOMPETENT. Like I suggested the first time: download Miriam-Webster.
The definitions in this app (and on dictionary.com of course) are a complete joke. For example, if you were to look up the word “propel”, and the definition states: “the act of propelling”, how is someone who’s never heard the word before supposed to understand what it means when you include the same word in its definition! Come on now!
I have used this app for years and think the app itself is wonderful, along with the definitions and functionality. Before, I would have given five stars. However, I have noticed for a while that the app consistently posts articles with political undertones. Now it seems they aren’t even trying to be subtle about it. I use this type of app to learn and enhance my vocabulary, not to see political filth. I have since deleted the app. This is not the place for politics. I will be using another dictionary app.
I found this app to be quite helpful in writing papers for school. I often need synonyms to avoid repeating myself in essays and this app is great for that. It is easier to use than the website and is faster since you don't have to load new pages with every click
The word that won the Scripps spelling bee for 2018 is not even in your data base. I would not pay a dime for this app.
Just purchased Power Pack upgrade for $5.99. Having a problem but no way to reach app support. There is a link to app support but it just takes you to the About section. At the bottom of that page there is a link for About and Contact which also just takes you to the About page. Look up dictionary.com in Google all hits only take you to the About page. Apple needs to start fining developers that fail to provide an actual link to app support.
Thanks to the dev team who keeps an compatible version for iPhone 4 users.
Absolutely ridiculous!! I understand you have to make your money also; however, I will not tolerate ANY forced ads like this. I couldn’t even look up one word, ONE, without being forced to watch your ridiculous ads. Absolutely deleted this app! Only took 20 seconds too! <sarcastic tone> Great job! </sarcastic tone>
You must already know exact spelling to find a word. Why not populate a list of similar words for selection? Using Siri is better.
I often find I have to resort to a general web search for a meaning because it is not in the dictionary— and I’m not usually reading technical or academic papers, just popular fiction and non-fiction. Also, when I click on the “learn more” option on the Word of the Day, the app opens slowly or crashes.
Minor issues, but best Free Dictionary App.
I would delete the app if I did not find myself in places with no Wi-Fi. You can get more info about words from google, except when you cannot get online. So, this will have to do for those times.
The features are few and limited. One example is the inability to inactivate the “Word of the day” that pops up at random, even while sleeping. The setting only allow you to arrange the order of the categories. Other than that, all you get to do is look up words.
Give me a break. Is nothing sacred. All I want to do is look up a word. I like the Word if the Day, but I can live w/o it if you’re going to flash ads at me. Why do you guys keep adding “features” and forget your mission. Be a dictionary for God’s sake, not a newspaper advertising insert. So long.
Top notch app we got here, one suggestion though ... put the words into sentences as well as quotes that would be great.
The is by far the best app when needing something quick and easy to look up.
use the mobile browser version to access features the app requires you to pay for.
I can’t even click out of the ads to use it.
This app works well on my iPad, but works even better on my iPhone X. Very handy when I’m reading the Wall Street Journal or a Steven Saylor novel.
We can’t even have a Dictionary app without political insults laden with intolerance and immature drivel. I guess you don’t want half the county’s potential customers.
It’s a digital dictionary, provides pronunciation, ....
This app does the job! I don’t understand why this app feels the need to educate via tweeter blurbs! There should be a focus on proper spelling which is most often ignored be tweets, messages and other similar forms of communication. Ebonics usage and abbreviations are predominantly used! I’m tired of media that should be neutral choosing some type of political position! Let’s face it, there are great numbers of tweeters that wouldn’t use or know how to use a dictionary anyway!!
Now that I have a new phone You want to charge me again For off line dictionary Are you serious
Way too many Ads.. too many videos... It’s free so one thumb on each hand gives you two stars.
Lots of cool features
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