You'll need a data or WiFi connection to make this app work, but otherwise you should be able to rely on it for connecting with others in French German, Italian, Danish, Dutch, Polish, Russian, Japanese, and Korean.
If you travel or are in regular need of translation, let me suggest you take a look at SayHi Translate, on sale for US 0.99 in the app store. It runs on an iPhone, iPod touch or an iPad.
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