Don’t get stuck with words, carry the word power in your palms. Yes! Dictionary.com has announced a new, free application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. All the iPhone and iPod Touch users can carry the language resource with more than 275,000 definitions and 80,000 synonyms. Sounds interesting.
So next time you won’t miss on a single ambiguous word while attending a seminar or reading your favorite book while on the go. This free app also brings to you the audio pronunciations, similarly spelled words as well as the popular Word of the Day.
“Our always-on world requires constant communication, so there are more opportunities than ever to make a good impression when writing and speaking. Having a complete language resource on the iPhone puts a first-rate vocabulary only a tap away, and helps people feel confident in any situation, whether work or play,” said Doug Leeds, President of Dictionary.com.
It lets you find definitions and synonyms without an Internet connection. The new application lets you strengthen your vocabulary with the following features…
Dictionary.com: It lets you access the complete, up-to-date dictionary that consists of more than 275,000 definitions, words spelled in a similar way, indexing in alphabetical order, non-standard uses, origin of the word origin and history and recent word look-up that is editable.
Thesaurus.com: You can access Roget’s New Millennium Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases that offers more than 80,000 synonyms and editable recent word look-up. Keep aside the usually used words and choose synonyms and add new words to your word list.
Audio Pronunciations: Listen to the pronunciations of words with the press of an audio button.
Dictionary.com Word of the Day: Use new word and gear-up your vocabulary by learning a new word everyday along with its definitions and real examples.
Well, all this absolutely free with the Dictionary.com’s new feature that is available through Apple App Store.