TripLingo Romance Edition« Travel & Local « Downloads
|Updated||October 14, 2013|
|Category||Travel & Local|
Just in time for Valentine’s Day TripLingo brings you the only app you’ll ever need to charm would-be lovers, seduce that special someone, or put yourself on the path to love. With flirtatious phrases in ten different languages, you’ll be prepared to unleash a torrent of passionate phrases in the language of your choice.
The “Slang Slider” shows you four ways to say each phrase, ranging from Formal, Casual, Slang, and even Crazy ways to say each phrase.
You can also create a custom phrase list to help you focus on the phrases most important to you- tell TripLingo which languages you care about, what types of phrases you’d like to learn (Compliments, Flirting, Activities, etc.), and we’ll create a phrase list unique to you.
TripLingo was named one of the “11 Groundbreaking Inventions of 2011” by Business Insider, and we’ve applied our innovative approach to language-learning to help you break ground in your love life, wherever you find yourself.
Find over 1000 phrases across Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Mandarin, Korean, Japanese, Hindi & Castilian Spanish.
With multiple audio examples for each phrase, an easy-to-use-navigation, built-in flashcards and thousands of words in the dictionary, you’ll never be at a loss for words again.
Be sure to check out our other apps for a full treatment of Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Mandarin, Korean, Japanese, Hindi & Castilian Spanish.
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Recent Media Reviews of TripLingo:
“We’re calling it a cheaper, more practical, better designed version of Rosetta Stone.” -Atlanta Egotist
“A much better way to help you customize what you want and need to know about a particular language.” -Read Write Web
“If you’re planning on travelling… make sure TripLingo gets packed along with the rest of your necessities…because it is one.” – The Next Web
“A travel app that doesn’t make you sound stupid to the natives.” – Thrillist
“A sort of Rosetta Stone learning course on speed, a customized and contextualized foreign language phrase list…”
– Atlanta Journal-Constitution
“Forget about the battered English-to-whatever-language phrase book. The next time you’re in a foreign land, find just the right words to communicate with the natives… Better still, throw out some slang that will really impress…” – Atlanta Business Chronicle
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