User will be satisfied with this Haitian Creole - English dictionary because:
- It has the largest vocabulary
- Detail description for each word and a lot of samples
- Simple UI & high performance make you feel easy when using
* Full support pronunciation for both English and Haitian Creole will help you so much in study these languages.
(This application can run in offline mode but need the internet connection for the pronunciation and web browser functions.)

Itilizatè pral satisfè ak sa a kreyòl ayisyen - angle diksyonè paske:
- Li te gen vokabilè nan pi gwo
- Ti detay deskripsyon pou chak mo ak yon anpil nan echantiyon
- Senp koòdone itilizatè ak pèfòmans segondè fè w santi w pi fasil lè w ap itilize
* Full sipò pou pwononsyasyon lang angle ak kreyòl ayisyen ap ede ou anpil nan etid lang sa yo.
Aplikasyon sa a ka kouri nan mòd offline men yo bezwen koneksyon sou entènèt la pou pwononsyasyon ak navigatè entènèt fonksyon yo .

What’s New

Version 1.9

Fix bug

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
64 Ratings

64 Ratings

Balanco Pierre ,

Great with many flaws

For example in Creole most of the time the adjective comes before the noun but in this app they use adjectives after the noun and it automatically changes the sense of the sentence. For example in the sentence A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN the translation for that is: “YON BEL FANM” not “YON FANM BEL” and as I’m browsing the app I realize it could mislead someone who is trying to learn the language because when that person starts to engage a conversation with a native Creole speaking person they will have difficulties understanding each other. I give it a four stars for the great effort but please try to get advice from a real creole speaking person.

Arieljoy ,

Best app for quick reference in HC

Do not use the pronunciation speaker if you are learning. It is creole read with an Italian accent. Humorous yes but if you are wanting to hear how to pronounce it ...nope!

In response to another comment - It is good they don't use the “formal spelling” cause that is French not Creole.

Although you will find like english some words can be spelled several ways in creole.

NewYorkBunny ,

Great but could use improvements

Not all words are available to translate. Also, it seems this app uses informal spelling. For example, what is "jouinn" or find, they spell "jwenn". That's fine for informal conversations not for someone who may be just learning the language. It may be best to just use both spellings. Including phrases would be beneficial as well.


Thanh Nguyen Van
107.5 MB

Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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