ConjuVerb is a robust Spanish verb dictionary app that gives you the freedom to find any verb you need, whether it be conjugated or in infinitive form
Rated #1 iOS App for learning Spanish in About.com 2013 "Best iOS App for Learning Spanish" see here: http://abt.cm/1iLF218
Featured in Latina Magazine for apps that help you learn Spanish, see here:
ConjuVerb is the #1 app for busy Spanish learners who want to learn how to conjugate Spanish verbs. This language learning tool is easy-to-use and customizable — save verbs for later reference or use the handy flashcard feature. With more than 1,600 fully conjugated verbs in the app, it’s easy to fast-track your Spanish learning!
Don’t take our word for it, though:
“I've downloaded and deleted quite a few Spanish Apps, but this one is a keeper. The flashcards are great! What really makes the program so great, is that it's very customizable.”
“A must-have if you are serious about learning Spanish!”
• More than 1,600 fully conjugated Spanish verbs with English translations.
• Search in Spanish OR English.
• Quickly search any word, even in the conjugated form, to see the Root Verb.
• Contains the Indicative, Subjunctive, and Imperative moods, with all tenses for each mood.
• Save verbs to use later for reference or flashcard testing.
• No need to remember the infinitive form — ConjuVerb searches as you type.
• A customizable interface — choose the app’s background, which verbs you are quizzed on, and more.
• Exclude moods and/or tenses that you do not wish to view. Want to test your mastery on the Indicative mood with Present and Past tense only? ConjuVerb gives the user full control, and you’ll ONLY see those words.
Users love the flashcard function, which makes it easy to quiz yourself and test your progress. Choose from:
• All Words
• Recently Viewed Words
• Your Favorite Words
• Custom Lists (Is a verb giving you trouble? Add it to your custom list and practice until it becomes second nature.)
• Top Lists (We choose the Top 600 Spanish verbs, so you can learn the most important verbs, FAST.)
ConjuVerb has been featured in Latina Magazine and FluentU for apps that help you learn Spanish:
Please contact our development team if you have any questions, feedback, or suggestions! We’re passionate about taking the headache out of learning Spanish verbs and will be happy to assist you on your quest to master the Spanish language.
Gracias y esperamos que ConjuVerb le ayude en su camino a aprender español.
Fixed a bug where the imperatives would not show.
Added English First as an option to the flash cards.
Ratings and Reviews
I've had for at least two years or more now and Conjuverb has been indispensable. I'm learning Spanish on my own and it has supplemented my language programs (pimsleur and FSI) at all the stages I've been through from beginner to now conversational. I often used to use it as a dictionary since familiar verbs can seem new in unfamiliar conjugations. A regular dictionary does not suffice for this. The flash card mode is a great tool as well, I would have paid for each of this features separately in different apps but here it is in one. Get it. You will not regret it.
The more I use it, the more I hate it
I originally wrote a review and gave it three stars. You can see it below. The more I use it, however, the more I see flaws. For example, look up, "tomar". That means "to take" or "drink", but it only mentions drink. Next, look up the imperfect subjunctive of that word. That generally refers to events that happened in the past, but this app refers to it in the present tense. And since my last writing, the database doesn't appear to have been updated, again not even containing 2,000 words. That's great for the first month of learning a language. But even for trading purposes, one needs to know at least 3,000 of the most common words. Why on earth this app doesn't have more words and doesn't at least provide a way for users to do so is beyond me.
This app is great. It's the first one I've seen that actually tells me what the future indicative actually means by putting a little "I will fall" for root verb "caer". It's great. So what's the issue?
It only has a few words in it's database (I believe about 1,600). Needless to say, this is not nearly enough and when you put a root word in (I tried "rodar") and nothing gets returned, you're forced to look it up someplace else, like before I had the app.
Also, if there are no results it's should say, "no results". Hopefully the developer will allow users to add words to make this app better.
Developer Response ,
Sorry you hate the app. We don't claim to be an exhaustive list of all Spanish verbs, just the ones we find most useful. You are correct in that you should learn at least 3000 of the most common words, however, this is a VERB only app. Hope you find this helpful :)
Great app!! Add pronunciation and we will pay
This app is so wonderful. I always have it open in the background when I’m studying Spanish. I’ve been using it for years. I just updated to the new version and I’m getting used to it.
One suggestion. It would be more useful to have the imperfect on the same line as the preterite and the imperative, gerund, and participle to the spot after the future tense (before all the rarely used verb forms)
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- 25.6 MB
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 13.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
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