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WordLens app but for japanese?

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  • [Question] WordLens app but for japanese?

    Hi guys

    Does anyone know of an app like "wordlens" but that translates for japanese?

    I have tried "waygo" but I'm either not a steady hand or it's really hard to use.

    Any other apps that have helped you plan your overseas trips? Whether it is to Japan or anywhere else?

    Thanks!
    xox

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    Re: WordLens app but for japanese?

    Originally posted by BeeRose View Post
    Hi guys

    Does anyone know of an app like "wordlens" but that translates for japanese?

    I have tried "waygo" but I'm either not a steady hand or it's really hard to use.

    Any other apps that have helped you plan your overseas trips? Whether it is to Japan or anywhere else?

    Thanks!
    xox
    Hey there, I hope this isn't too late for you. If you can get an internet connection on your phone while you are touring try using google translate, it's not perfect but it works on stationary images which may solve your shakey hands problems.

    Try giving Waygo another shot, it's been updated recently and works offline so you don't have to deal with overseas data charges. I just it everyday in China and have no problems.

    Good luck.

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      Re: WordLens app but for japanese?

      Thanks ShoopaWay! I will try those - and it's not too late - will be leaving NZ in late September

      Thanks!

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