Have you ever tried creating a blog? What name have you chosen? In my case, I almost always find it very useful to use a thesaurus, to find similar words that may better fit the name. I started looking and I found Tunes, an ideal application. It has a dictionary of definitions, synonyms, and antonyms.
Really, Tunes it is not even a dictionary. It is based on the online dictionaries of the newspaper El Mundo. This means that it is necessary to have an Internet connection to be able to use these dictionaries. However, between the WiFi connection that we have at home, and the large number of people who today have 3G data connections, it is easy that that is no longer a problem, and more so for an application that requires almost no transfer of data, which will not spend almost megabytes, and which will work very fast with almost any connection.
Little more can be said about an application like Tune. It has a really simple interface, what is necessary for a dictionary that is limited to displaying words. In synonyms and antonyms dictionaries, it simply shows a numbered list of words or terms that are similar or that have the opposite meaning, depending on whether we are looking for synonyms or antonyms. And exactly the same style follows in the definitions of words, although just below each meaning makes clarifications. When searching for the word “android,” he says that in the Star Wars movie, one of the protagonists is an android.
In any case, Sintonea can be a very useful dictionary that we can always carry installed on our Android smartphone or tablet. It’s simple, and best of all, it’s completely free. It can be downloaded from Google Play now.
Google Play – Tunes