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Smartphones, iPads, and other smart technological devices are ubiquitous these days and are often part of our travel arsenal.

These apps may be just what you need to help you plan your trip and if you have Internet access when you travel, to help guide your way. To find a quick and easy app-lication for navigating this page, use the Search box on the home page. Well, you could always download this on your Android or iPad and cozy up in chair for some great reading. Other categories are on separate posts. If there are any broken links here, go to the source page here.

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When you don't speak the local language, getting your needs across can be stressful. That is where the app iTranslate comes to your rescue. With 52 languages built in, this digital phrase book translates what you have typed in faster than the Concord flew. The app requires Internet access, but you can store key phrases for future Wi-Fi-free reference. Free. Download it: Android, iPhone/iPad.

If you like learning phrases in one of 25 languages, you may prefer the World Nomads translator app. It contains keywords such as please and thank you, numbers up to 10, and a few useful phrases when caught in a hairy situation such as "Those drugs aren't mine!". Organized in categories like Introductions and Travel Health, many phrase come with audio clips so you can practice. Free. Download it: iPhone/iPad (downloadable in 25 languages, including French, Spanish, German, and Italian). Sorry, no link was available. 

50languages for free! You can learn more than one language! Learn 50 languages for free using your native language! 50languages.com contains 100 lessons that provide you with a basic vocabulary. This free app has 30 lessons. With no prior knowledge, you will learn to fluently speak short sentences in real-world situations in no time. The 50languages method successfully combines audio and text for effective language learning. 

50languages corresponds to the Common European Framework levels A1 and A2 and is therefore suitable for all types of schools and students. The audio files can also be effectively used as a supplement in language schools and language courses. Adults who have learned a language in school can refresh their knowledge using 50languages.

50languages is available in over 40 languages and in approximately 1600 language combinations, e.g. German to English, English to Spanish, Spanish to Chinese etc.

The 100 lessons help you to quickly learn and use a foreign language in various situations (e.g. in a hotel or restaurant, on a vacation, small talk, getting to know people, shopping, at the doctor, at the bank etc.). You can download the audio files from www.50languages.com to your mp3-player and listen to them anywhere - at a bus stop or a train station, in the car, and during a lunch break! To get the most out of 50languages, learn one lesson a day and regularly repeat what you have already learned in previous lessons. Android

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