Here's an example, a tourist is out shopping and wants to know the price of an item she wants to buy. She launches the app, browse to "Shopping" and find the phrase "How much is this?" Pressing the "Play" button and the merchant immediately understands and respond back with "Five Dollar". Of course we're assuming the merchant knows a few words of English which is true for most of the country, especially tourist magnets such as Phnom Penh and Sieam Reap.
Phrases are organized into well thought-out categories. The "search", "recently used", and "favorites" feature can help users quickly find and organize the more than 100 (and growing) phrases.
The app comes with a free base library of about 50 phrases and additional phrases can be bought at a very reasonable price. Several phrases feature customization including selection from a list, any numbers, and even recording of the user's name.
The app natively supports the following languages:
* Chinese (Simplified)
For best result though, use english.
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