U-Dictionary: English offline

U-Dictionary: English offline

U-Dictionary: English offline

Android 4.0.3+


U-Dictionary is not only the largest offline English dictionary, but can also be used as a language learning app by professionals and hobby learners.

The app has a very small footprint (5MB installation) and you can also use it offline if needed. 10 Indian languages and 28 world languages are available offline, as well as Collins Advanced Dictionary and WordNet Dictionary. It offers unique integrations into other apps and easily allows users to simply tap© a word to translate a word.

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Product Description

U-Dictionary is an Offline First app and provides access to all unique features such as Tap to Translate offline as well. You can see a quick presentation here:

Main Features:

  • Tap to Translate from Anywhere. U-Dictionary can be used anywhere, including in WhatsApp conversation windows. Simply tap on a word or sentence, copy it and you will get the meaning without leaving your conversation.
  • Comprehensive Offline Dictionary. U-Dictionary can translate from English to 26 other languages and vice-versa. Translate from English to German/French/Italian/Hindi (10 languages) plus many more, including the reputable Collins Advanced and WordNet English dictionaries. All available offline, one tap away.
  • Quick Translate. For accessibility purposes you can simply swipe down the notification bar to see a translate search box. This lets you quickly find the meaning of a word. As you type you get word suggestions for faster use, and you can also easily switch between dictionaries.
  • Exhaustive Word Reports. For each translated word not only you’ll be able to hear it in a perfect English pronunciation, but also you’ll get advanced reports. See its synonyms, usage in sample sentences and phrases, cognate words and even the web definition.
  • Learn New Words. Use U-Dictionary to add new words you want to learn to your list of Favourite words (grouped by category). See the daily words & quotes of the day, read articles to help you learn new languages better and even take quizzes to test your knowledge.

U-Dictionary is developed by Youdao, a subsidiary of NetEase, which was one of the Top 3 highest grossing mobile publishers globally in 2016.