Oxford English Dictionary 2018

Oxford English Dictionary 2018

By MobiSystems, Inc.

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2013-07-11
  • Current Version: 10.0.18
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 219.70 MB
  • Developer: MobiSystems, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 772 Ratings


The Oxford Dictionary of English is widely accepted as one of the highest authorities in the study and reference of the English language globally, with more than 150 years of research into it. Regarded as one of the flagship products in Oxford University Press catalog of dictionaries, the app features advanced search, lookup and learning tools designed by a vastly experienced developer. WHAT MAKES OXFORD DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH BETTER THAN OTHER DICTIONARIES?  • The very latest vocabulary, 2018 edition, with over 350,000 words, phrases and meanings.  • Tens of thousands of regionally specific entries reflecting the unique richness and global adaptability of the English language.  • The strength of The Oxford English Corpus' research excellence, directly placed at your fingertips.  • 75,000 audio pronunciations of both common and rare words, including those with varying pronunciations. This app is tailored to professionals, students, and academics alike, as well as anyone who needs a comprehensive and authoritative dictionary of current English at work or at home. LATEST APP UPDАТES:  • Learn in style with any of the four colorful new themes – the colorful layout will turn your learning experience into an enjoyable routine. Customize your dictionary and benefit from the cheerful mood your favorite color brings you.  • Dive right into the intricacies of the language - with a new and convenient Home page, sleeker and more intuitive visual layout, as well as innovations in the speed of searches - you can now get to the desired entry faster than ever.  • Translate and learn as you speak with Talk & Translate – use this speech recognition & text-to-speech app by downloading it for Free from the App Store. The great synergy between the two apps will help you optimize your studies. SEARCH TOOLS - quickly find words with the functional, clean and easy-to-use interface. Designed to provide the most comprehensive search experience, the dictionary combines several search tools to match or predict what are you looking for, including:  • Search autocomplete helps you find words quickly by displaying predictions as you type.  • Keyword lookup allows you to search within compound words and phrases.  • Camera search looks up words in the camera viewfinder and displays results in seconds.  • Voice search helps you find an entry using your speech.  • Automatic ‘Fuzzy filter’ that corrects word spelling and a ‘Wild card’ that allows you to replace a letter or entire parts of a word with '*' or '?' when you don’t know how it`s spelled. LEARNING TOOLS - engaging features that help you further enhance your vocabulary. Designed to give you the freedom to structure your studies, this dictionary combines several learning tools to help you be more organized:  • ‘Favorites’ that allow you to create custom folders with lists of words.  • Recent list which helps you to easily review looked-up words.  • Swipe-to-delete functionality in the Recent and Favorites menus.  • Word-of-the-day option to teach you a new word every day. Feel excited by the new word or definition you just learned? Share your discovery with friends on social media, email or any other option available on your device.



  • Works on my phone, can’t login on pc

    By benbaldwin3
    No support. First book I read I found three words not here and in dictionary.com. Not some lightweight progressive social babble words either. Can’t press on a word in a definition to look it up, you have to leave the context of the definition you are in to look up another. Just overall, not the oxford dictionary I was expecting and the support is non-existent. Stop asking me to rate it. You haven’t updated it in 11 months to fix any of the many complaints so why should we bother?
  • Good content but bad layout

    By Aureamediocritas
    Their content is good but the layout is bad, it’s hard to see at once all the definitions, there isn’t enough space in-between. I hope they correct that soon because their printed version’s layout is much better.
  • Audio lacking at times

    By dcjac
    Considering having audio pronunciation was one of the reasons I gave money for this, I wish it worked.
  • Great dictionary

    By ShrinePassLover
    This is a great dictionary and its pronunciation is spot-on,
  • No etymology

    By georgyonearm
    Not really the oed. Missing etymology and other stats that make the oed valuable. Could be replaced with internet search.
  • Great Reference

    By peter panyy
    A great reference for those words that simply do not define themselves.
  • Oxford Dictionary

    By Rafique Keshavjee
    Easy to find a word, clearly and succinctly defined. I miss the full etymological history, with amazing quotes in which the word is to be found: in short, the full OED. Where is it to be found?
  • Great app

    By Htoogaynansein
    We love it! Thanks
  • Annoying

    By 1AcGh
    The persistent pop-up window asking me to rate the dictionary five stars is truly annoying. Equally annoying is the fact that I have to choose a nickname to submit this review.
  • Tops! Cleans up Americanized English

    By Magna est veritas
    Makes life easier with accurate communication. Magna est veritas