Hello Talk acts as the direct interface through which you find a conversation partner and chat, send voice messages or call the people you want to practice with. Simply message them “FI3M” and you’ll get 3 months free membership.
This includes unlimited access to Hello Talk’s premium features.
In many ways, the experience of using Hello Talk is like , but with a public database of “friends” for the sole purpose of language practice.
Another helpful feature is the option to chat in several languages at the same time.
On the app’s home screen you can see all your latest chats.
These are Translation, Voice Recognition, and Transliteration. I’ve been aware of the Hello Talk app for some time, but now is definitely the time to try it out because the community around it has exploded.it passed 1 million users covering about 100 languages.Hello Talk is a cool new language learning app that serves one purpose: it connects you directly with native speakers, and provides an interface to text and speak with them, all from your smartphone.There are websites out there that let you search for people to talk with, but with these websites the actual conversation happens on Skype, Google plus, or by telephone. Hello Talk also offers translation options from within the app. This supports the developers to keep the rest of the app free, but I can give you a quick tip to get these tools at no cost….
Key features of the app include: You can use the photo feature to share cultural differences with your language partner from your surroundings – when combined with the doodle option, the possibilities are endless for how you could use this to your benefit in language learning.
You can draw a picture of a dog if you don’t know how to say that word (and as you can see, I can share my incredibly beautiful artistic talent), you can take a picture of your house and try to describe it, or try to describe your language exchange partner’s environment as language practice, and you can share cultural differences between your country and theirs.