French Speaking made easy with French Speak Board for iPad

| April 4, 2011 | 0 Comments

Todays free  iPad-App French Speak Board delivers phrases for your business trips to Paris, France. Hear and learn to speak perfectly pronounced French. Instead of learning 1000 unnecessary words, learn these 80 essential phrases. Easier than never before: Click a phrase on the screen and hear how to say it. E.g. how to say “Can I have the bill please?!” in French? Just click the phrase and you will hear it!

Regular price for the app is £ 2.39, in our opinion thats too much. For free or up to £ 1.19 seems to be the price, which is more realistic. Especially, because the recordings are not having highest quality and if choosen a phrase, you just here it, but never see the translation written.

Features:

– audio recordings with a French girl from Paris
– just 1 click to hear the pronunciation
– 10-20 essential phrases in each category
– 5 Categories:
– Basics & Emergency, Relationships
– Travel, Business

This App will help you to have a great time and to be successful in many ways in France.

French Speak Board Screenshot iPad

80 most used phrases in French on one single page. Very easy to use.

Our Rating:

This is not a language training course – it is an easy way to be able to make some real basic conversation in french languae.

User’s Rating in UK’s App Store:

Downloadlink:

(5,5 MB)

Good to know:

  • Compatible with iPad. Requires iOS 3.2 or later
  • Regular price is £2.39

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Category: App of the Day, Apple iOS, Apps for iPad

About the Author ()

Markus Burgdorf started reviewing apps in January, 2010. Until now he has tested more than 10,000 apps for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Mac. He is a consultant for app-publishers and companies, which want to have their own app. Working with App Agency he's always consulting his customers for more success having a better user experience in mind.

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