WordWeb Audio Dictionary

WordWeb Audio Dictionary


The offline audio English dictionary and thesaurus with synonyms, related words, and professionally recorded pronunciations.

The comprehensive WordWeb dictionary database includes:

- 285,000 words, phrases and derived forms
- 225,000 word sense definitions
- 70,000 usage examples
- 70,000 audio pronunciations
- 85,000 text pronunciations
- Synonyms, similar and related words
- N. American, British, Australian and international English

The intelligent word entry suggests possible correct spellings as you type, as well as listing words that sound the same or are often confused.

Additional features include the ability to drill down on any word in a definition, full bookmark support and history.

Search features include:

- Alphabetical listing
- Spelling suggestions
- Sounds-like and often-confused
- Fast pattern-matching search (*, ?, vowel and consonant)
- Filter search results by noun, verb, adjective, adverbs

The database includes proper nouns and common abbreviations in addition to English vocabulary (e.g. LOL, Oxford, ROFL, Webster, UNHCR, etc.)

No Internet connection is required to use WordWeb once installed. It requires about 280MB of space on your SD card.

Learn to pronounce those English words correctly! Speak better English and enrich your vocabulary.

Note: If you don't hear sound check the volume/mute under main Settings, Volume. The Media setting should be up to hear sound from apps.

Recent changes:
- New UI and full tablet support
- New words and updated defintiions and related words
- Version 2.1 update fixes some bugs
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About WordWeb Audio Dictionary
The offline audio English dictionary and thesaurus with synonyms, related words, and professionally recorded pronunciations.

The comprehensive WordWeb dictionary database includes:

- 285,000 words, phrases and derived forms
- 225,000 word sense definitions
- 70,000 usage examples
- 70,000 audio pronunciations
- 85,000 text pronunciations
- Synonyms, similar and related words
- N. American, British, Australian and international English

The intelligent word entry suggests possible correct spellings as you type, as well as listing words that sound the same or are often confused.

Additional features include the ability to drill down on any word in a definition, full bookmark support and history.

Search features include:

- Alphabetical listing
- Spelling suggestions
- Sounds-like and often-confused
- Fast pattern-matching search (*, ?, vowel and consonant)
- Filter search results by noun, verb, adjective, adverbs

The database includes proper nouns and common abbreviations in addition to English vocabulary (e.g. LOL, Oxford, ROFL, Webster, UNHCR, etc.)

No Internet connection is required to use WordWeb once installed. It requires about 280MB of space on your SD card.

Learn to pronounce those English words correctly! Speak better English and enrich your vocabulary.

Note: If you don't hear sound check the volume/mute under main Settings, Volume. The Media setting should be up to hear sound from apps.

Recent changes:
- New UI and full tablet support
- New words and updated defintiions and related words
- Version 2.1 update fixes some bugs

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A Google User
Jun 24, 2014
Too heavy
A Google User
May 31, 2014
Contains Made Up Words. Any time I use or download a dictionary, I always first search for non-words that are popular in uneducated use, but still just nonsense. And lo and behold, this so-called dictionary contains the ever stupid and made up word, "addicting". Despite hundreds and thousands of reviewers erroneously using this faux word, it's incorrect and not a word the proper English language. The word you would use is, "addictive". So, I don't put much faith in this dictionary.
A Google User
May 11, 2014
Poor user interface. Too confusing design. I was a fan of desktop version. I recommanded it to many of my friends. But this audio edition is crap
A Google User
Apr 18, 2014
Excellent, to always have with me.
A Google User
Mar 15, 2014
Very good I like it..keep it updated..