Dictionary.com for Android Gets Cool New Interface
Article by George Norman
On 05 Apr 2013
Just like Twitter for Android, the Dictionary.com app has been updated. And just like the Twitter app, Dictionary.com got a new interface.

Good news for the millions of people out there who turn to Dictionary.com to access English definitions and meanings, spelling, audio pronunciations, example sentences, and word origins. The news is that the Dictionary.com team updated the Dictionary.com app for Android to version 4.0. This latest release brings with it a cool new interface that was purpose built for Android-powered devices.

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Here are a few screenshots from the old Dictionary.com app for Android.


The central location from where you could access all the features


The Word of the Day section


Definition and examples for the Word of the Day

And now, here are a few screenshots from the recently updated Dictionary.com app for Android.


The new main section, that presents the Word of the Day at the top.


The new Word of the Day section


This is the new action bar menu


And this is one of the new fun and informative slideshows the app provides access to.

And now, let’s take a look at all the new bits and pieces Dictionary.com 4.0 for Android brings to the table.

Dictionary.com v 4.0 for Android – What’s New
  • Redesigned and refreshed user interface.
  • New Android action bar and Holo them
  • Content update – more than 2,000 new entries.
  • Fun and informative slideshows.
  • New widget design.
  • Share words on Facebook, Twitter, email and Google+.
  • Optimized for Jellybean, Samsung Galaxy S3, and Samsung Galaxy S4.

Dictionary.com app for Android version 4.0 is available for download from the Play Store for free.

I mentioned above that Twitter for Android has been recently updated as well. The app now comes with a new interface that was custom crafted for Android 4.0+ and purpose built to help you seamlessly navigate Twitter and easily connect with friends. Learn more about this topic here.




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