Genius Pocket Translator: Don’t Go On Holiday, Without This
Have you ever found yourself in a foreign country being ripped off by a taxi driver or having the wrong dish at the restaurant just because of language barriers? This happens to everyone.
What can the inexperienced traveler do so this doesn’t happen to him too when traveling abroad? Thanks to this pocket translator you can instantly speak and understand 39 languages and save yourself from trouble, being ripped off and embarrassing situations. A local businessman from, Kenya, explains why he made this:
“After our business has been very successful in Kenya we decided to expand abroad. At first, the experience was a disaster. Trying to communicate with merchants and clients was impossible.”
The apps he used for communication were simply not good enough
“At first, I tried to use google translate but the app is just too slow, and the translation can be inaccurate. In addition, apps like google translator can only translate one way, not allowing me to make real conversations and I just couldn’t close any deal like that”
After a random meeting with an international diplomat who explained to him how they communicate efficiently, he decided to bring this Japanese tech solution to everyone. He named it: TRANSLATY
TRANSLATY is a brilliant 2 ways solution for translation, anywhere.
Translaty is using the advanced technology of voice recognition and it’s able to accurately understand and translate 39 different languages. The translator has been designed for traveling and it can easily fit your pocket.
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