Learning English may not be that hard but mastering it takes work. Those of you who write or read a lot of books know the importance of expanding your vocabulary all the time. You could always read books and go through a dictionary or two to improve your vocabulary. These 5 thesaurus apps also help you with that:
Thesaurus Rex by Dictionary.com: one of the best thesaurus apps we have tested. It has over 550,000 synonyms & antonyms from Thesaurus.com. It lets you search and sort through the words fast.
Wordflex Touch Dictionary: a visually stunning application that provides you with a tree-based view of words and their connections. It offers gesture-based interactions and has near 1 GB of content for you to take advantage of.
Merriam-Webster Dictionary HD: should not need any introduction for most of you. It brings all the definitions from Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary to your iPad. You also get Voice Search, examples, pronunciations, and more.
Visual Dictionary & Thesaurus: an interactive English dictionary and thesaurus for your tablet. It has more than 190k words with 70k usage examples.
WordBook XL: combines an elegant user-interface with pronunciations, word origins, and built-in spell checker to provide you with a richer experience. WordBook XL has 220k definitions and 70k usage samples.
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