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Poll: How many language/translation-related apps do you have on your phone?
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Aug 31, 2020

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Teresa Borges
Portugalija
Local time: 23:53
Narys (2007)
iš anglų į portugalų
+ ...
None Aug 31, 2020

I don't use a smart phone!

Tom in London
Angus Stewart
Philip Lees
Chris Foster
 

neilmac  Identity Verified
Ispanija
Local time: 00:53
iš ispanų į anglų
+ ...
Other Aug 31, 2020

I don't know.

Yetta Jensen Bogarde
 

Angie Garbarino  Identity Verified
Narys (2003)
iš prancūzų į italų
+ ...
1 Aug 31, 2020

Just proz.com app

Alix Paupy
Gibril Koroma
 

Ian Mansbridge  Identity Verified
Jungtinė Karalystė
Local time: 23:53
Narys (2012)
iš italų į anglų
+ ...
1 Aug 31, 2020

Duolingo, for occasional forays into learning Welsh!

Ivana Kahle
 

Tom in London
Jungtinė Karalystė
Local time: 23:53
Narys (2008)
iš italų į anglų
Zero Aug 31, 2020

None- as much as possible I avoid using my mobile phone.

[Edited at 2020-08-31 08:35 GMT]


Christine Andersen
Teresa Borges
Philippe Etienne
Thayenga
Maaike van Vlijmen
Beatriz Ramírez de Haro
Philip Lees
 

Sundar Gopalakrishnan
Indija
Local time: 05:23
iš anglų į tamilų
+ ...
I don't use a smart phone Aug 31, 2020

I have an ordinary cellphone. But I am planning to buy a smart phone in future.

 

Christine Andersen  Identity Verified
Danija
Local time: 00:53
Narys (2003)
iš danų į anglų
+ ...
My mobile is for private use only and my landline is from the last century Aug 31, 2020

My landline can show the caller's number and has the important functions, but absolutely no language apps. If I don´t understand the speaker at the other end, I know it is a nuisance call!
(In theory it might be an Italian talking too fast for me, but any Italian friend who would use that number would probably start in English.)

My mobile/smart phone is for private purposes only, and that does not include learning Italian... I use the thing as little as possible.


 

Liena Vijupe  Identity Verified
Latvija
Local time: 01:53
Narys (2014)
iš prancūzų į latvių
+ ...
None Aug 31, 2020

I like to have as few apps as possible and only keep the ones I am actually using.
I've had some in the past but did not reinstall them after getting a new phone.


Philippe Etienne
 

Josephine Wilson  Identity Verified
Jungtinė Karalystė
Local time: 23:53
Narys (2020)
iš prancūzų į anglų
4 Aug 31, 2020

I have quite a few different dictionary apps for French and Japanese. I like to have a few sources to reference before deciding on the best translation.

Becca Resnik
 

Angus Stewart  Identity Verified
Jungtinė Karalystė
Local time: 23:53
Narys (2011)
iš prancūzų į anglų
+ ...
I don't own a smart phone Aug 31, 2020

I don't own a smart phone and I am not considering getting one.

Tom in London
Teresa Borges
Philip Lees
 

Kuochoe Nikoi-Kotei  Identity Verified
Gana
Local time: 23:53
iš japonų į anglų
2 Aug 31, 2020

Memrise and Naver Korean dictionary.

 

Laura Nagle  Identity Verified
Jungtinės Amerikos Valstijos
Local time: 18:53
Narys (2009)
iš prancūzų į anglų
+ ...
A dozen or so... Aug 31, 2020

... but most are related to the language I'm actively learning, not to my working languages.

 

Kaisa I  Identity Verified
Kanada
Local time: 18:53
iš anglų į suomių
+ ...
2-5 Aug 31, 2020

Proz.com, and then Google translate was installed by default. I also have BookBeat (ebooks and audiobooks) to keep my vocabulary active. I tried Duolingo for French but it quickly became very repetitive so I got rid of it.

 

Ivana Kahle  Identity Verified
Vokietija
Local time: 00:53
Narys (2007)
iš vokiečių į kroatų
+ ...
Don't know how many, but I only use 1 Aug 31, 2020

... and it's DuoLingo.
It's free and it's fun


 
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