Dictionary.com Pro Learn Words

Dictionary.com Pro Learn Words

By Dictionary.com, LLC

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2010-08-11
  • Current Version: 7.5.18
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 128.56 MB
  • Developer: Dictionary.com, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 13,459 Ratings


Dictionary.com’s Pro app now includes ALL of our content and Upgrades (over 3,400,000 fun and helpful entries) for just one low price. It’s also ad-free! Download the essential and most comprehensive dictionary app for dependable definitions at your fingertips. Dictionary.com is the leading free English dictionary app for iPhone – with over 2,000,000 trusted definitions and synonyms, the Dictionary.com app is designed and optimized for your mobile device. Works offline! Install the free offline dictionary for access to definitions whenever you need them. In addition to the trusted reference content from Dictionary.com and Thesaurus.com, this app includes: - Word of the Day – learn a new word each day and expand your vocabulary - Audio pronunciations – never mispronounce another word - Voice search – find the definitions you’re looking for anywhere, anytime - Content Collections Carousel includes Word Trends, Grammar Tips, Slideshows, and Word of the Day - Quiz widget - test your vocabulary skills (are you prepping for the SAT?) with our Word of the Day quizzes - Word origin and history - discover etymology on even the strangest words - Favorite words and search history - customize your recently searched word list and never forget the newest words you’ve learned - English Spelling help - not sure how a word is spelled? This app will find it for you - Local look-ups - take a look at the words searched by location - Learner’s Dictionary - includes extra information about word usage for English learners - Optimized for Apple Watch!



  • 📖 YAY!

    By 🐯 The White Tiger
    I thoroughly enjoy this app, especially when solving crossword puzzles. My only “gripe” is that the Synonyms feature on Watch has NEVER worked — it either results in displaying a blank screen, or has a message “more on iPhone”. Either make the feature functional, or remove it (even though I’d rather have it working properly).
  • "Legible is a noun..."

    By h2o2wine
    So begins the text explaining the v7.5.17 app update. Nothing else to add...
  • No audio - resolved

    By Marjp1114
    Thanks for responding. Your main audio on phone has to be turned up.
  • Audio does not work

    By saki02
    The audio of this dictionary does not work on my phone. Regardless whether the phone volume is on or off, no audio comes out. The audio button doesn’t react.
  • Broken

    By d-trick3000
    1. I get 2 alerts for the same “Word of the Day” each morning, 50 minutes apart. Support never responded. (I only have the Pro app, and do not also have the free version.) 2. Click a word in “Word of the Day Archives” and get a completely different word. 3. Try contacting support and that won’t work either.
  • No longer works offline

    By Application User2
    The app does not work offline. Please return offline functionality without having to access to location.
  • Audio no longer works

    By JKT89
    I used to be a big fan of the app but I’m just not happy with the audio button being unresponsive
  • Audio is missing

    By Asher Hu
    Please fix it
  • Very helpful for me!! But, some improvement needed

    By KoolerKT
    I’ve come to use this app as my go-to. However, on all dictionaryapp pages make it easier to contact you. It would greatly help! Under Caress, why isn’t caressing there?? Caressable is. Is this even the right spelling and is this even a word?? How about under Caress, have Caressing as the example of an adjective!?
  • Bad baaaaad update

    By floamdaddy
    Looks nice but the scrolling feature displaces the main screen area which is supremely annoying if you want to make comparisons within a full list of definitions or synonyms, etc., as your anchor point keeps shifting when the screen alternates between half and full views, which is triggered by any scrolling.