Collins Spanish-English

Collins Spanish-English

By Ultralingua, Inc.

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2008-09-30
  • Current Version: 2.8
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 29.33 MB
  • Developer: Ultralingua, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 157 Ratings


Over 100,000 translations • Conjugates thousands of Spanish and English verbs • Hundreds of usage notes and examples • No internet connection required Carry a dependable Spanish and English reference everywhere you go with the Collins Pro Spanish-English Translation Dictionary. This app contains dictionary data from HarperCollins in our popular Ultralingua interface. Use our verb conjugation tool to find complete conjugations of thousands of verbs in all standard forms, and the number translator to convert numerals into Spanish or English text instantly. DICTIONARY: • Over 55,000 entries with 100,000 translations • Tap-and-hold any word or phrase and choose "Speak" from the popup menu to hear that word spoken using Apple's built-in text-to-speech feature. • Noun genders • Slang, technical language, and regional differences in spelling and usage • Hundreds of usage notes about troublesome constructions • Smart search results in case you misspell or mistype • Search-as-you-go displays words and narrows your selection as you type VERBS: • Conjugations for thousands of Spanish and English verbs • Includes all standard tenses and forms • Smart search finds infinitives and catches misspellings • Must-have reference tool for any student or language professional • On iPhone/iPod touch, conjugate a verb from the dictionary results by tapping it MORE: • Translate numerals into Spanish and English text with the number tool • Language swapper button to switch from Spanish-English to English-Spanish • Tap the history button to view the 50 most recent dictionary definitions, verb conjugations, and more in one place. Sort the list alphabetically or by date, and choose to clear the list completely or delete one entry at a time. • No internet connection required • Change your device settings to view the app display in English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, or German REVIEWS: "It is the most useful app on my ipod touch. You don´t have be connected to the internet which is a serious plus." -User review View our reviews below to see why users love this app, and remember to let us know what you think! This universal app will run on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, so you can purchase it once and load it onto all your devices. The iPad and iPhone/iPod touch versions look and behave differently to give you a great experience on every device you own. The interface will change, but you’ll always have the same outstanding language data and tools inside. Dictionaries are available from Ultralingua for many languages, including combinations of English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, German, and more. See what else we have to offer by searching for Ultralingua in the App Store. Follow us on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook for app news, language learning tips, and more:



  • Reseńa

    By Jscharf1991
    Una fantástica aplicación muy satisfecho ...
  • Hard to fault this excellent reference app

    By goodtutor
    I’m no linguist. If there are mistakes or inadequacies in this app, I doubt I’d see them. All I know is that when I have a question about a Spanish word, this app has the answer. Conjugations, common usage, examples...there’s nothing more I could ask for.
  • Great app, love how links directly to verb conjugations

    By Charles Corbit
    Great app, love how links directly to verb conjugations
  • Fabulous app

    By RobinC96
    I like this Spanish English app more on the iPad than the iPhone because it shows two columns side-by-side for the definitions and the verb declensions. This app will speak whatever word you press so that you get the correct pronunciation. When it defines it give several examples of how to use the word, it translates the verb declensions which is very helpful when you get to the pretérito pluscuamperfecto. It's expensive but it's worth it.
  • Works great!

    By Learning always
    I use this app almost daily for translation. The easy access to conjugations helps me tremendously. The extensive list of examples of how the words are used is very useful.
  • Useful

    By prprier
    This app is an excellent tool for anyone learning Spanish. It is easy to look up words and get definitions and conjugations which are extremely important. Another thing I really like is that you do not need to be connected to the internet for full access to this app. This has been very helpful for me when I have wanted to study my "Español" when traveling.
  • Great app

    By booseye
    I use it a lot. App has a clean, snappy interface, plenty of words, useful features (like typing in numbers to see how they're spelled), and offers context beyond simple definitions. Great resource, happy with the purchase. Keep it up!
  • Annoying Habit

    By flyindon
    I purchased this app a number of years ago, and agree the dictionary is very good; HOWEVER, it has a most annoying quirk -- If cellular data is disabled for the app, and you are not connected to the internet, a popup appears every time the app is opened advising you that "Cellular Data is disabled .....". Ok, that isn't much of an issue in my home country, I will just enable it, but when I am in another country where I have to pay like $10 grand per byte of data ( slight exaggeration, but you get my point) I am not disposed to enable any app for cellular data, especially for an app that has no apparent need to get or send data. Fix that and I will upgrade the rating based on the quality of your app, not on the warts.
  • Upgrade it!!

    By Tognio
    Please upgrade it for iOS 8 already!!!
  • Great app, with one little issue

    By YesNoCancel
    This is easily the best Spanish dictionary app. A lot of care was put into making the interface clean and intuitive. The only issue is that it's clumsy to close definitions. You open a definition by tapping on the word, but to close you have to click on a little "arrows" button on the other side of the screen. The definitions also stay open forever, so after awhile a bunch of definitions are open. I'd expect them to be closed automatically at some point, like when you open the app.