Dictionary Day is coming up on October 16th. For that reason, I thought I’d hunt down some dictionary apps for you.
Dictionaries are perfect for helping children (and adults) improve their vocabulary, however, sometimes, when you’re on the go, you don’t have a dictionary available.
(They tend to be rather large and cumbersome after all.)
Here’s where dictionary apps can come in handy. You can just pull one up on your phone or tablet when you need to look up a word.
The dictionary apps I have listed below are by well-known organizations so they should be reliable.
*This post contains affiliate links. I earn a small commission from the sale of products purchased via these links. Please see my disclosure for details. Also, I have not tested all of these apps. It would take me more hours than I have in a day. For that reason, you may want to check them out before sharing them with your kids.
Which of these dictionary apps is your favorite? I’d love to hear about your experiences with them in the comment section below.
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