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I’m a salon manager of a pet grooming salon. I have a few clients who don’t speak a lot of English and I wanted to find a better way to communicate with them. I stumbled upon this app and downloaded it waiting for one of my non English speaking clients to come in. Yesterday was the day. I set up the free trial trying to see if it would work as well as I’d like and when my client came in I was able to ask her how she was doing and how her pet was doing in Japanese and her eyes got huge and she squealed with delight. We had our very first entire conversation about her and her pet. When she came back to pick up her dog she was able to tell me that she truly appreciated my kindness and that I was willing to go above and beyond to help her so she stopped at the Japanese market and bought my entire shop a bunch of snacks and candy. This app changed at least one of my clients lives for the better and that is worth 5$ a month in my honest opinion. Although some of the words she had said in Japanese were not translated correctly (whether it was her speed of talking or dialect I’m not sure) we were still able to converse pretty easily and I couldn’t be more satisfied. Maybe just work on recognition or dialect to improve some translations but otherwise this is changing my customer service for the better! Thank you to the whole team at converse for improving my customers lives!
I am bilingual (English and Spanish)...so you are probably wondering why I downloaded the app. I downloaded it so that it could translate back and forth between English and German because my boyfriend is German and his parents and some of his friends don’t speak English. My German is also very limited so that doesn’t help either. I wanted to test out the app by speaking Spanish to see if the app would translate right into English and vise versa and I was shocked by if 2 of the most spoken languages in the world (aside from Chinese) aren’t translated well then I can’t trust it to translate between my English and German well, especially if it is a more complex language. I already deleted the app. I hope they make major improvements or make it free. I will have to stick to learning the language better on a different app I use and keep using the free translations apps (I am not going to pay $5 a month on this app if it doesn’t work well). If it was free then I’d consider it because it is just as bad as the free ones. Good luck developers (hire some more linguists). Oh and if anyone says this app works well, it is because they are not fluent and don’t know any better. Again, please hire linguists and learn conversational pieces to the languages (includes slang and you must hire linguists that were born and raised with the 2 languages you are trying to translate between to get it right).
I thought this was a free app but later found out I was charged. Also, this app does not do a good job of transcribing what you say if you do not use very clear diction. Siri picks up on less than perfect diction much better than this app, even though to the best of my understanding Siri cannot translate. I deleted this from my phone within a day for this reason. One month later I found out I had been charged a $5 fee for one months usage of the app. The impression I get is that the app developer has knowingly created the setup installation process in such a way that if you do not read ALL the fine print you will accidentally sign up for the pay subscription. Read every bit of fine print or you to may accidentally end up signing up for the pay subscription. This is a terrible business model. Make a good product and people may pay. Don’t trick them into paying you for a mediocre product that they deleted off their phone a month ago due to poor voice recognition.
I don’t know if this is the new App Store System or the idea of the Developers. The App tricks you into a subscription just for downloading the App. If you’re not careful, you will be subscribed without any additional warnings. I noticed and immediately cancelled it. These practices should be stopped as everyone is entitled to transparency and understanding when he/she is subscribing to a service. Sorry for not rating the App itself but after this first impression I have lost trust and haven’t even tried it. —- Update: I now also received a response from the developer, saying that I don’t understand “how it works” and did not read the terms properly. I will leave it up to the reader to judge if users are supposed to read all terms and fine print for every downloaded app or if it is the developers job to ensure transparency (as 99% of developers already do) around when a user is charged or not. I am sure that the developer will continue to dig his heels and try to convince people that their payment terms as like anyone else. They are not. I have many apps and all the paid ones are very clear when it comes to request a payment. This app only uses a small Apple alert that can be easily missed. They know that and many buyers know that as well as you can see from the comment. My advice to the developer: when you’re in a hole, stop digging. Focus on fixing issues rather than on justifying your practices.
I wanted to give this app not 5 but 10 stars, but it fails in the English Chinese Department. When speaking Chinese the English translation is FREQUENTLY NOT accurate and keeps giving different translations in English that are not relevant. VERY VERY much off in the Chinese to English area, the Chinese translation is not even remotely close to the English. Speak perfect Mandarin ten times and all ten times it gets it wrong! To the developer, you sent me an email asking me to send you samples of how your app doesn’t work but it’s not possible to send a sample of a voice recording since your app doesn’t let you record. You developed the app right? So this is something you should already know. The best thing I can suggest is that you find someone who speaks both Chinese and English and ask them to speak Chinese into the app and you will see that the English translation is wrong 99% of the time. From English to Chinese this doesn’t seem to be much of a problem. It’s mostly from Chinese to English.
Developed by iTranslate.
iTranslate Converse is ranking in Travel & Productivity
Last update was at Jan 09, 2020and the current version is 1.5.4.
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iTranslate Converse have a 2 132a user reviews.
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