If you’ve ever been (lucky enough to travel) abroad you may have encountered difficulties communicating with people at some point, even though many people speak English (the language considered by some linguists to be the ‘global language killer’) all around the world.
|Reviewed version||Latest version|
Features & Use
Test device: HTC Desire / Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1v
Screen & Controls
Travel Interpreter’s controls are very easy to get the hang of. Th UI is somewhat reminiscent of iOS / Apple – which, let’s face it, isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The graphics are pretty clear, as are the audio clips. Top notch quality here!
Speed & Stability
Travel Interpreter didn’t crash or lag once during my test runs.
Travel Interpreter costs a whopping EUR 7.99, but by downloading it you are getting access to 29 languages. The app can be downloaded in the AndroidPIT App Center and from Google Play.
As our app of the week, Travel Interpreter is currently available for only EUR 3.99.
There’s a very good 5-day test version available for those of you who want to try it out before committing.