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IELTS Word Power App
IELTS Word Power App Information

IELTS Word Power is a free vocabulary practice app for IELTS test takers produced by the British Council. With over 100 questions to test word power, this app helps to build vocabulary in preparation for the IELTS test.

  • Build your IELTS vocabulary.
  • Locate your nearest British Council test centre.
  • Succeed at IELTS.

To access the app you need to have an Android mobile device (REQUIRES ANDROID 1.5 and later).

1.Tap the “Market” icon on your android mobile or tablet
2.Search for “IELTS Word Power”.
3.Tap “Install”
4.IELTS Word Power will then be installed on your Android Smartphone or tablet.

Android users can also access IELTS Word Power app Using Google Play

Step one: Set up your device to use Google Play. To use Google Play to download Android apps, you need a Google account with a Google email (either Gmail or a Google-hosted domain) associated with your phone or tablet.

Follow these steps to add an existing Google account to your device or create a new Google account for use with Google Play:

1.Turn on your device and tap the Google Play Store app.
2.If you haven't added an email account to your device, you'll be prompted to "Add a Google Account."
3.Follow the instructions on the device, which will walk you through either signing into an existing Google account or creating a new Google account.

Once you have added your existing Google account or created a new account, you'll be able to use Google Play to download Android apps.

Learn more at https://play.google.com/about/

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