Esperanto is an easy to use English to Esperanto dictionary, which is focused on finding the applicable matching Esperanto word. Combined with the ability to save words for later reviewing, quick browsing of Esperanto words, and looking up matching articles on Esperanto Wikipedia, this makes Esperanto a valuable asset to learning the Esperanto language.
The Esperanto language is used by millions around the world, and can be utilized in world travel, correspondence, and learning languages in general.
• Search the integrated Esperanto dictionary matching English words.
• Save words as favorites.
• Browse the built in dictionary organized by the Esperanto alphabet.
• Quick grammar help information.
• View articles on Esperanto Wikipedia.
• Share entries.
Support for new iPhones and iOS 12.
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Not for children
1. Connection difficulties in connecting to wikipedia.
2. Some of the wiki images borders on porn. Parents please use caution when children use this app.
In dire need of improvement.
If this app was free, that would be another story, but for the asking price there should really be more words and better definitions. Often times the Wikipedia article will be non-existent. There are weird gaps like having "pile of wooden objects" but not "wood." "Daily rate" but not "day." And no way to search Esperanto words in order to figure out roots. The grammar reference is also lacking, with no pronouns, prepositions, or conjunctions. Basic words like for and do are missing. Often times using this app I have to go to google translate to find out super basic words.
There's also barely any definitions to help tell the difference between words that are spelled the same in English but not Esperanto.
It's a nice app, but needs improvement
It's an OK dictionary application, since Ultralingua has decided not to support Esperanto with it's product on the iPhone yet. It would be much better if "Search" would search Esperanto as well as English for the string you are searching for. This would make it bidirectional for translation. If you're trying to look up an Esperanto word, you have to go to browse, and manually scroll through.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.