Have you ever thought that the words you spoke were pronounced correctly? Or want to learn the correct pronunciation of a word? Then you can learn them easily with the help of word pronunciation apps. They will allow you to listen properly in saying any word that you find difficult. And this app really helps students to learn words in an easy way whenever they want.
English pronunciation is what most people are looking for because it is a universal language and can be used in any part of the world. But there are some apps that also allow you to have the correct pronunciation in several other languages. And if you find the desired language available then you might get lucky. So, let’s take a look at some of the best apps for learning how to pronounce words correctly.
1. English Pronunciation
Just like the above app, here you too can learn the perfect pronunciation of English words in both the US and UK. All you have to do is, write down the words then tap on the speaker icon to get audio feedback. Now unlike the above apps, you can adjust the speaking rate and even the volume tone according to your convenience. This app can also be used to check the pronunciation of words to see if you pronounced them correctly or not.
2. Say It: English Pronunciation App
This is one of the best word pronunciation apps available on this list. Here you will be able to search for the words for which you want to get an pronunciation and then see the phonetic symbols and audio feedback for the same. This app offers to help you learn in a better way with a visual representation of words and their sound waves as they are spoken. This way you can speak and compare your speech with the sound waves given for it to match perfectly.
You can take the test to see how much you’ve learned using this app and even hear sounds for various Vowels, Diphthongs and Consonants. Even though it has a large database of words, you can still buy the premium version to add more words and sound charts. Additionally, it lets you choose from British or American English according to your needs.
3. Check Pronunciation Free
With this application, you can check the pronunciation of any word or even sentence. All you have to do is type or copy the text into the box then press Speak to get audio feedback. This app uses the phone’s built-in Text to speech option and you can adjust the speech settings for the same. You can adjust the speech volume from the application itself. And what’s more that this pronunciation app offers is that it can be used offline. Isn’t that great?
4. English Dictionary Offline
This is not only a dictionary where you can find the meaning of words, but you can also use it as a pronunciation dictionary app. When you search for any word in the search tab, it will show its meaning and on the same page you will be able to see a speaker icon, you can tap on it to get the correct pronunciation of the words given with its phonetic symbols. You can also use the option to play all content in the results screen. Similar to the above application, it also uses the device’s built-in Text to speech option. You can also use this app offline without an active internet connection.
5. Text To Speech
You can select the language in which you want to learn the pronunciation from English (UK, US, CA), French (CA, FR), German, Italian, Korean and Japanese. After you finish selecting the language, just type in the words and tap Speak. It will provide audio feedback of the words or letters you have typed, in the language you selected. The only thing here is that the words are spoken a little fast and it takes some getting used to.
6. (How to) Pronounce
With this pronunciation app for iPhone, you can learn how to pronounce words and pronounce them correctly like any other app on this list. Just enter any word or phrase, then listen. What’s even more offered is that you can choose whether you want to hear the pronunciation at normal speed or slowly. Not only that, you can even get word definitions from the app’s dictionary or even the web, record yourself speaking the words to compare them to the original pronunciation and even choose the quality of the voice recording or audio feedback.