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Word Learner: A Vocab Builder

Word Learner helps you build and retain a strong vocabulary. Prepares you for competitive exams like GRE, CAT, CMAT, XAT, SAT, GMAT..etc. This free app has the following features:1.Words categorized as Beginner/Expert.2.Filter-Based…

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  • Phocabulary

    Rating: 2.90/5 (10 votes)

    GRE, SAT, GMAT, LSAT photo word vocabulary with its definition, synonyms, antonyms, and an image that helps retention. 500 popular hand-picked words selected from test prep books and magazines. 2 Quiz functions are included to help your study. Bookmark…

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  • Easy Spanish

    Rating: 2.64/5 (11 votes)

    Arcade educational game to help you quickly remember 5000 Spanish words. Control thoughts coming to the mind of a person studying Spanish. Find out and catch the right words trying to avoid the enemies."Easy Spanish" is a single arcade-style app for…

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  • Vocopedia lite

    Rating: 2.49/5 (1087 votes)

    Vocopedia is a flashcard based vocabulary builder app.It contains 3900+ English words with their synonyms and examples(for most of them).It is suitable for preparation of competitive exams like GRE , SAT ,TOEFL and CAT or any other…

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