- COST: 99 cents - APP STORE STARS: 4-1/2
- Categories: Business, Education, Languages, Lifestyle, Native, Reference, Travel, Universal
SayHi Translate: Use Your Voice to Speak A New Language Like a Pro helps to cross this huge boundary. SayHi Translate converts your native tongue instantly from one language into another of many choices provided. Naturally, the more you train your phone by speaking to it, the more accustomed to your voice, intonations and language SayHi Translate will become.
This voice recognition, language translator, universal iPhone app is super useful for people in all areas of life such as doctors, lawyers, bankers, educators, retailers, social workers, and just about any job which brings you into customer contact. I can see the usefulness of SayHi in doctor's offices and hospitals being in that daily situation myself and recognizing the life or death need of speed and accuracy in translation. Your particular situation may be less urgent, still you should never pass up a useful business tool. Additionally, this app could be a lifesaver used in personal circumstances during travel, as an example.
COOL CONCLUSION: Don't give up potential clients or make a lousy business deal because of poor translation skills. Instead use SayHi Translate to bring a spark of understanding to whomever you speak.--Date/Version: Updated 4/11/12 - Version 1.61
--iOS/Age Rating: This app requires iOS 4.3 or later. Rated 4+.
--Device: Universal: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
--Developer: SayHi LLC
Visit the iTunes App Store for more details, and to download:
SAYHI TRANSLATE: USE YOUR VOICE TO SPEAK A NEW LANGUAGE
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