Dictionary.com recently introduced voice search into their mobile apps, unfortunately it only provides you with 15 free searches until prompting you to pay $1 for your next 300 searches. Luckily, if you don’t feel like paying for this feature but would still like to look up words using only your voice, you can do so using Google mobile apps for iPhone or Android.
Most of you probably know you can use Google’s built in dictionary by simply typing “define” before the word you’re trying to look up. You can do the same using your voice by using the voice-operated search function in the Google Mobile app for iPhone or the Google Voice Actions function on Android devices. This can be a great utility when you know the pronunciation of a word but not the spelling or are simply unable to type for whatever reason.