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DD's Dictionary, a Dyslexic's Dictionary allows independent discovery of an unknown spelling or a quick check of an uncertain word.<br><br>* Quick location of a word<br>* Audible confirmation of selected word<br>* Simple controls<br>* Focus on word spelling<br>* Copy of spelling to clipboard for use in texts and emails<br>* Background color and font choice for easier reading<br>* Quick reference back to recently viewed words<br>* Exploration of related words and groups of words<br>* US or UK spelling modes<br><br>User quotes: <br>"I love the app and it's has proved invaluable to a little girl in my class."<br>"Fantastic idea! Being nearly 30 it's hard to ask for spellings of to others seem simple words!"
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Great app! (I wrote a really long, detailed review, but the nickname I used was already taken, so the App Store deleted everything I wrote. I don't have time to recreate it, so I,ll just hit the high ponts.) My 8 year old played with it a lot. He discovered he could make it "rap" the words, by tapping them before the voice finished saying them. I'd make suggestions of words, and he'd find them and try them out. He had so much fun with it, he didn't even realize he was learning. I love the special font, for dyslexics. I'd like an adult version of this app, for my finance because she is dyslexic too. I'd like to have a button on-screen, to copy the word, so it could be pasted in texts, emails, and other apps. That would be a big help to my fiancé because the dyslexia often makes her write a similarly spelled word, instead of the one she really wants. For example, "through" and "thorough".
I downloaded this app after my friends told me about it. Their dyslexic daughter uses this app at school and home for assistance with words and sounds. Very basic and useful app. I encourage all parents with children that are having difficulty with reading and/or writing to give it a try. It's a great app even if your child is not dyslexic. Sometimes we can all use a little extra help in the classroom.
Really useful for quickly looking up a word Ali
Developed by Alison Kline.
DD's Dictionary A Dyslexic's Dictionary is ranking in Education & Reference
Last update was at Aug 09, 2017and the current version is 3.4.1.
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DD's Dictionary A Dyslexic's Dictionary have a 3a user reviews.
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