• Bug fixes and performance improvements
Ratings and Reviews
I have bought this app with the speaker functionality and was working very good.
Suddenly everything stops and the app couldn’t open. I had to download it again from iCloud to use it again but
The speaker doesn’t work and all my favourite words gone.
The worst thing is it asked me to buy again which i have already paid for premium, I was very disappointed and rate the app with one star but after few days I got a notification of updates and I started to update the app , then the speaker functionality started except all my favourite words which are not there any more.
At the beginning I was so disappointed but now once the pronunciation speaker is working, my faith on recommending this app restored.
I really like this dictionary as it is very useful especially the one with speaker functionality and no advertising pop ups.
I gave the app 4 stars,
Just because it didn’t restore my favourite words I couldn’t give the app 5 stars which really deserves.
Therefore , I highly recommend this app to anyone who wants to have dictionary.
It worths buying it.
A must have app
I really like it - simple but effective, vast improvement in look and feel as well as effectiveness on the paper versions. Not sure what the premium edition looks like. I enjoy the daily incursion into my intellectual part of life too. Recommend it to anyone to have the free app and if you want to use it professionally then go and pay for premium!
Paid for App is not as good, keeps forcing you to invite friends and rate the app. Hence it is NOT worth paying the price for intrusion! Very frustrating. Best to have the free app as the intrusion is tolerable and goes away. Paid app keeps on being persistent . Why pay to get annoyed? Sound options on paid one is not of exceptional use to anyone.
Absolute rubbish. Doesn’t save the trip to the bookcase for the real thing.
A ‘new’ word every day that - unless you are foreign or have the brain power of a 2 year old - you will have known since you can speak. And then, when you actually look something up, you get about 5 seconds to read it before the ads come. I’m going to delete.
Also - dear app creators - who is your market? Only those interested in words are going to want a dictionary so some useful words that we don’t hear or see too often would be genuinely interesting, but you supply words of the day like ‘jagged’, ‘whopping’ and ‘heli-skiing’. And guys, words and definitions are not the same thing. And ‘-ence’ is not a word. It’s a part of a word. And sentences should not begin with ‘and’ - but you leave me no choice. I hate your dictionary and I certainly wouldn’t waste money on buying the ad free version. Sort it out.
- MobiSystems, Inc.
- 235.8 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2019 MobiSystems, Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Oxford Dictionary of English £9.99
- Oxford Dictionary of English £4.99
- Oxford Dictionary of English £2.99
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.