The application offers access to the LEO dictionaries, language courses and Survival Kits as well as the vocabulary trainer and forums.
LEO’s online dictionaries are always up to date (no updates necessary).
• English - German (820,000 entries)
• French - German (268,000 entries)
• Spanish - German (221,000 entries)
• Italian - German (220,000 entries)
• Chinese - German (205,000 entries)
• Russian - German (301,000 entries)
• Portuguese - German (122,000 entries)
• Polish - German (76,000 entries)
• English - Spanish (118,000 entries)
With LEO you can do more than just look up the meaning of a word in a different language. LEO also provides:
• noun and verb tables
• real voice audio pronunciation (no speech synthesis)
• grammar and etymology
Language courses and Survival Kits:
Learn a new language and find your way round in a new country. With LEO’s language courses and Survival Kits you can learn nine languages and find out about different customs and cultures – on your desktop or mobile device (also offline). The language courses and Survival Kits can be purchased within the app.
Use our free vocabulary trainer to create personal word lists and improve your vocabulary. We use a two-way synchronization method, which means you can access all your word lists on your mobile devices or on your desktop, all you need is a free account.
Connect with other users and get help with language-related questions that are not answered by the dictionary. To participate in the forums all you need is a free user account.
The app contains adverts which you can choose to remove by subscribing to our ad-free version.
For a detailed description of all features, please visit https://www.leo.org
Information regarding the in-app purchase of the ad-free subscription:
Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. The subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at the same rate as in the first year. The subscription can be managed and auto-renewal can be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase the subscription.
• Faster access to dictionary search from within the results table (iPhone)
• More entries in search history
• Option to delete individual entries from search history
• Option to hide popular search terms
• Fixed: Screen flickering on some devices caused by faulty refresh of popular search terms
• Other bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Go-to App For German Language
I‘m studying in a University in Germany and part of that includes learning advanced German. The best thing about LEO is that it gives you many possible meanings of words, not just the most common usage. For the quality of the content, they certainly deserve to be supported by the small annual subscription amount which you can decide whether to pay or not. They don’t cripple the app if you don’t subscribe like many other language apps. While it’s true you can use their website on a smartphone, the app interface is much easier to navigate.
Big help for quick translations while workin on iPad
I use LEO's website on the computer, and this app, whenever I work with translations on an iPad.
I like the quick and profound results when searching for translations in english, spanish and/or german.
I do not like, that the app looses it's focus on the line, where you enter the text (the web page keeps the focus in a really good way, so you can just start typing when you return to the webpage again and again). Is it not possible to implement that here with the app, too? Right now, after changing to the app first you have to tap into the entry field. That surely can be made better.
This is really helpful
I’m in German at my high school and my teacher always tells us to use Leo if we don’t know a word, because 9 times out of 10 Leo is right about a words meaning, than our book. Overall I love both the app and a website, the only thing is is that the website puts a lot more emphasis on the best meaning by sort of putting off to the side in a big box. But in the app the best meaning is less clear, other than it is at the top of the page. Overall I think the devs in Munich did a great job
- LEO GmbH
- 16.4 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © 2020 LEO GmbH
- In-App Purchases
- Ad-free annual subscription $7.49
- LEO - Sprachkurs Plus $8.99
- LEO - Survival Kit $5.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.