Wordio is a simple and easy–to–use tool for collecting and learning words. Build your own vocabulary pack by adding a new word painlessly. Then, look it up on the fast and lightweight built–in dictionary with just a single tap. After you’ve learned the word, check it off to archive it. It is a very simple yet efficient way to improve your language skill.
Copy a new word, swipe down, and tap. Add the word to your vocab pack directly, from anywhere using the today widget.
Single Tap Look Up
Tap the word to see the definition. It’s light and fast, and works offline.
Pull To Speak
Slide to hear what the word sounds like.
Instant, silent, smooth sync powered by CloudKit.
Wordio for Apple Watch
An intimate way to learn a new word.
*To learn more visit https://zininworks.com/wordio
Wordio for Apple Watch supports definition look up.
Ratings and Reviews
Useful, enjoyable and educational
This app is quite useful. I'm giving four stars because it can be so much better! Usually when I add an app to my iOS/OS, I add that app then use it, not having to read the instructions. This app is not quite different except that it is integrated into the widgets, which I think is ok, however, I'd prefer this app flow the following way; I'd enjoy this app much more if, while continuing to have the widget to collect the words, also have the ability to 1) create custom dictionary on-the-fly (from all words), 2) access app from several locations (this can be completed by adding words from all areas of iOS, as part of the "lookup" and "open using" menus,) 3) "lookup" to see previously added/defined words and similar past used words (from within iMessage, Notes, Mail, etcetera), Force-Touch lookup/add-to, and 4) access word/definition in the share menu, "share to" so that a user can add/define during the share-with (or open using) process(es). 💫
No Export Option
Wordio isn't bad. I *love* the concept -- it works and it's clean.
HOWEVER: there is no export option. This is probably the app's biggest fault, as it renders itself not cross-platform friendly.
Wordio supports only Apple devices -- there is no version for other operating systems, no webapp, browser extension, or even quizlet integration -- this *would* be understandable, as these can require additional systems or skills on the dev's end, but combined with a lack of options to export the data, it pigeonholes users.
Developer Response ,
Wordio now supports exporting as JSON, and has web app.
Very convenient app. for voca studying
Nice and stable.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.