Every now and then, we all come across a word we’ve never seen before. Rather than look it up and forget about it, why not take the time to learn and make it a part of your vocabulary? Ink Paste is a simple tool that helps you do just that.
When you come across a word you’re not familiar with, just head to the site, enter it in and you’ll get a definition. Nothing special there, but when you give them your email address they will send you automatic, scheduled reminders to remember that word, thus building your vocabulary. The site is based on the spacing effect, which suggests we learn things better when we study them a bit over time, rather than all at once.
If you don’t like email reminders, another option is the Vocabulary.com app, which lets you store words and build a vocabulary list you can reference later. You can check out that app here, and give InkPaste a try at the link below.