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10 Best Offline Dictionary Apps for Android and iOS

A dictionary can be defined as a reference work which contains a list of words and their meaning. It comes in various languages and often times contains information on its etymology, usage, pronunciation and translations.

In this article, Phonecorridor brings to you the 10 best offline dictionary apps for Android and iOS.

These days, you don’t need to have a physical dictionary or run to one when seeking for a definition.

You can just download a dictionary app on your device whether Android or iOS. Most of these dictionary apps work offline, meaning they don’t require an internet connection to access them. I currently have one installed on my Android smartphone, and I must confess it comes in handy.

Best Offline Dictionary Apps

1. Dictionary.com

Best Offline Dictionary apps

Dictionary.com is a free dictionary used to find the definition of English words. The app also features thesaurus synonyms, which will help you learn more words. The in-app pronunciation feature allows you to say new words correctly and get to know their spelling.

2. English Dictionary – Offline

Next up on the list of 10 best offline dictionary apps for Android and iOS is the English Dictionary. This is the dictionary I currently use on my android smartphone. The dictionary features over 325,000 English words. The user interface is neat, fast and easy to navigate, you can leaf through words using your finger. English Dictionary is always updated with new words and definitions.

3. Spanish English Dictionary

Spanish English Dictionary

This dictionary app is popular on the Google play store with over a million installs. The dictionary features over 450,000 words, conjugations of 6,419 verbs, text-to-speech pronunciation, online phrase translator e.t.c. There is a premium version which comes with more words and definitions.

4. French English Dictionary

This dictionary is developed by Ascendo Inc., the same company that developed the Spanish English Dictionary. So, they basically have the same set of features, words, phrases, verbs. There is a search index for fast lookups and lookup history.

5. French Dictionary – Offline

This dictionary is the french version of the English Dictionary – offline. It is a must-have for French-speaking people or those who are interested in learning French. The app is compatible with Moon+ Reader and FBReader.

6. English Hindi Dictionary

This is the best dictionary for the translation of English to Hindi and vice versa. It works offline which is perfect for daily use. You can use this dictionary to build your vocabulary in both English and Hindi language.

7. TheFreeDictionary.com

At number seven in the 10 best offline dictionary apps for Android and iOS is TheFreeDictionary.com. This dictionary app is of multilingual properties. It helps you translate English words into more than 40 languages. You can play audio pronunciations of words and view a pronunciation key.

8. Arcus Dictionary

Arcus Dictionary

Arcus Dictionary is a good offline dictionary that won’t eat much into your device’s storage space. It features over 165,000 English words with definitions and synonyms. Just like every other dictionary listed here, you don’t need an internet connection to make use of this app.

9. SpanishDict Translator

This dictionary is strictly for iOS users. It is one of the best Spanish dictionary, translator and conjugator on the platform. It has over 10 million monthly active users. You can get rid of the ads displayed in the app by paying their monthly subscription fee.

10. Hindi Dictionary+

Rounding up this list is another dictionary app that is only available for iOS users. Hindi Dictionary+ offers translation English to Hindi and Hindi to English. There are over 350,000 words and phrase available and it’s designed for tourist, student, teacher, and language learners.

This is the 10 best offline dictionary for Android and iOS. Dictionary apps usually have a file size within the range of 5-15MB, so you really don’t have an excuse of not having them on your device.

Damilare
Damilare
CEO Marvnic Media-owner of Phonecorridor and other media platforms in Nigeria. I am a digital marketing professional with over 6 years of experience. I love gadgets, cars, and smartphones. My current smartphone is the Google Pixel 6 Pro. I hope to buy Tesla Car soon

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