Tripper: One of the essential travel apps for travel in Asia

Review posted Wed 26 Feb '14  ·  1 comment
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Wouldn't it be great if you could take your very own interpreter with you when you visit a country where you don't speak or understand the language? You could hire one with some local knowledge when you get to your destination but that can be quite pricey and there's no guarantee that your guide will have all the answers you need. What's more, you are going to need them to hang around with you wherever you go. The sensible alternative may be to turn to an iOS and Android travel application like this one. Tripper, or 'The World's Local Assistant' as it is known, instantly connects you with real multilingual operators who can help you out with language problems, flights, hotels, tours, restaurants, transport, food, maps and emergencies - in fact, pretty much anything you need to know - and all at the touch of a button.
 
Tripper is a revolutionary new travel app that instantly connects users to live translators and local travel assistants all over the world. These multilingual operators know the local language, local resources, and local ways to get help. Just press a button and you're immediately online with a local expert equipped with extensive local databases. You can use it to plan your next travel excursion or solve any travel problems you run into while you are in a foreign speaking country! The app is particularly useful in a country like China and the app is currently available in Chinese, English, and Japanese. All operators are equipped with massive custom databases of the cheapest Asian travel resources including flights, hotels, tours, restaurants as well as a GPS map of your location and even a special camera option. This means Tripper is more like a “local assistant on steroids” combining human language skills and a massive, specialized Asian travel database and aims to solve virtually any problem one may have whilst abroad - interpretation, transportation, food, entertainment, emergency and more. Pictures can be directly sent to Tripper operators through the camera in the “more” section. Operators can translate photos - text, menus, instructions - or you can use the photos to augment a question - road signs, foreign object etc. 
 
Tripper is already getting a bit of a name for itself as an essential part of your travel package with recent mentions from MSN and Travel Daily. It's proved to be of special relevance for those traveling in Asia and especially for those traveling or doing business in China. There is no pre planning needed and you can be connected in seconds. The app has been designed to be simple and easy to use and, as soon as you click the help button, you'll get a pop-up window on your screen asking you how you want to make contact. If you are lost they can even send you a GPS map, which can be saved and used again, with the option of a real person to talk you through it. Tripper has been described as a 'part-time, round the clock interpreter and travel assistant' and that sums this excellent travel app up rather well.



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