Hebrew Dictionary for iPhone & iPad

English to Hebrew Dictionary is composed of most common and concise English words and corresponding Hebrew explanations.

It has up-to-date and accessible information on the core vocabulary of current English and related terms. It has clear layout and most accurate definitions.

Features for iPhone:
1. Fast Searching
2. Multiple Choice Game

Features for iPad:
1. Fast Searching
2. Random Words
3. Guess Word Game
4. Multiple Choice Game

This is not only a dictionary but also a vocabulary builder application that will help you to learn new words each day. So in iPad version there are 3 different ways to learn words.

By using random words you can see random words to learn.
In Guess Word game we will show you an explanation and you’ve to guess the correct word.
In Multiple Choice game you’ll see 10 explanations and for each explanation you’ll see 4 answers. Among 4 answers you’ve to select 1 correct answer.

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  8. Carol Burch Says:

    Re; Hebrew Dictionary App for iPad

    Lately, I have noticed that the dot over the letter shin in The Hebrew definition of a word is on the left instead of the right. For example שמרים (yeast) and לשטוף (rinse). The result will be that someone looking up these words will learn the incorrect pronunciation. I am sure these are not the only two words that have this problem. I hope you will fix it soon.

    Thanks, cburch


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