Facilitate your language learning by marking words in articles, looking up in various dictionaries, and exporting to Anki.
Dictionariez is a tool to break down the language barriers on browsers.
(Now it can run on mobile browsers such as Kiwi & Flow !!)
Just double click on a word you will see the floating definition, and click on the app's icon, a dictionary window will pop up. Really simple.
The floating definition is the fastest way to look up. It supports multiple languages. And I am happy to add more languages support if you are interested.
The other way is to click on the app's icon, a popup window will show to let you look up any words in a batch of your favorite dictionaries. This way you can look more deeply on the words. And it just looks like a traditional dictionary app. It has auto-completion function, word history, keyboard shortcuts, real human pronunciation and many more.
My goal is providing a universal tool to look up any word in any language, currently more dictionaries are needed, and more user reviews are wanted to improve its usability, HELP me on Github!
So it's not just a dictionary app, it's a tool to help you learn any language. The basic learning flow is like this: reading an article, looking up new words, exporting them into Anki after finished the article.
New: With the launch of [pnlpal community](https://pnlpal.dev/topic/2/), you can share your reading with pals all over the world now. No matter it's a news story, or a technical review, or even a youtube video. As long as it benefits our programming and language community, you could share it. [Check it](https://pnlpal.dev) by yourself. Let's learn together, and grow together.
Some functions you might like:
* Automatically pronounce in real American and British accent on English lookup.
* Native app like dictionary interface, auto suggestions when you input.
* Keep your words in history, and you can manage or export them.
* Keyboard shortcuts to make life easier.
* Multiple dictionaries query at the same time.
* Export world list to Anki, supports pronunciation and images.
Best of all, it's open-source! Currently more dictionaries are needed, help me by sending me pull request or reviews, thank you.
- New: Watch YouTube videos on Captionz!
- NOTE: FairyDict is a prior version of Dictionariez.