Even though Google Translate has been around for a few years,
it still feels like it’s straight out of a sci-fi movie. The app can
translate typed or handwritten words as well as spoken language, and its speech recognition is particularly fast and accurate. It also features a dictionary for looking up single words and
phrases, and allows you to save specific translations for offline
access. Google Translate supports translation of 80 languages,
including Chinese, Spanish, French, German, Italian, and Portuguese.
This magical app translates printed words and
superimposes the translation onto the image. That means that a
street sign in German shows up in English on your iPhone screen!
Currency – Simple
Currency is a simple, elegant currency converter
that handles more than 160 types of
currencies and features offline access.
You can also use it to view six months of
In addition to making free
video and voice calls, you
can use Skype to start
group chats and call landline numbers.
With Skype Premium, you can see
shared desktop screens on your iPhone.
Send free text messages,
videos, images, and voice
notes via WhatsApp,
Best part: no international charges!
i Translate – translator
Like Google Translate,
i Translate helps you communicate by translating over 80 languages
and speaking in the foreign language for
you. You can even access different dialects!
iHandy Translator Free
iHandy helps you translate sentences, phrases,
and individual words in 52
languages. The app also features easy access to phrases and words you’ve previously searched for.
;; B;; Trave; ;pp;
Di; Yo; Know?
According to ustravel.org, the top leisure activity by U.S.
domestic travelers was visiting relatives, followed by
shopping, visiting friends, fine dining, and going to the
Before traveling to a foreign country, take a moment to
learn the verbs “to have,” “to need,” and “to want” in
the native language. According to language hacker Tim
Ferriss, learning these will give you a strong enough
foundation to get by in casual conversations.