What app gives you a word of the day?
A Word A Day Widget A Word A Day Widget puts a new vocabulary word on your device’s home screen every day. Android only, but for iOS, try Word of the Day.
What is today’s Spanish word of the day?
Today’s word of the day in Spanish is sede. This word means headquarters. The headquarter of the company is in London.
Is Word of the Day app free?
This is a free app and it’s compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Keep reading our Word of the Day app review to see how it measures up to the best education apps for iPhone and iPad.
How can I learn Spanish on my iPhone?
7 Tips to Learn Easy Spanish With Your iPhone for Free
- Change your language settings to Spanish.
- Download the free eBook Spanish 1 Workbook by La Escuela del Sol.
- Explore the iTunes U.
- Listen to News in Slow Spanish Podcast.
- Download the Royal Spanish Academy Dictionary App.
- Download a Free Translator App.
Is there an app for a Spanish word of the day?
Palabra del día (word of the day) is a handy dandy app designed to teach you a new Spanish word each day. Unlike most other Spanish word of the day resources, this app is intended for native speakers.
How can I learn new Spanish words?
How Can I Increase My Vocabulary?
- Use Spanish Words Actively.
- Use New Spanish Words Right Away.
- Write to Others in Spanish.
- Find an Email Partner.
- Read Newspapers and Magazines Online.
- Native Speakers Glad To Help.
- Reading Online a Good Way To Learn.
- Write a Journal in Spanish.
How can I memorize Spanish vocabulary?
7 Easy Tricks for Memorizing Spanish Vocabulary
- Return to Your List of New Words Often.
- Learn Cognates.
- Understand How to Use Words.
- Use Flashcards.
- Create Pictures in Your Mind.
- Learn Song Lyrics.
- Practice Your Spanish Vocabulary.
How do I get word of the day on my iPhone?
Turning Word of the Day iPhone Notifications Off or On
- Open the Dictionary.com app.
- Tap on the app’s Main Menu, then choose “Settings”
- Switch the “Notifications” toggle to the ON position.
- Then switch the “Word of the Day Notifications” to ON.