If you love beer, you might experience some hurdles when traveling to a foreign country as you will not be able to order for your favorite drink. To solve this problem, Justin Amey has developed Pivo that is tailored to teach you how to order beers in various languages. English is the default language and it is compatible with iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch devices.
Pivo is a third-generation app that is tailored to teach users how to order their favorite beer brands in different languages. Currently, the app provides interpretations in 59 different languages used in various parts of the world. Unlike other apps, the translations come with the correct spelling, a supporting video that is made from native speakers, and phonetic pronunciations that you can use to practice.
One of the most noticeable aspects about this application is the user-friendly interface. You do not need any prior experience to start using the app as all the features have clear icons. For instance, you just need to swipe the interface to select a language. Since it covers a wide variety of languages, you can use in most parts of the world. It is recommendable to start practicing at least a day before departure to hone your pronunciation skills.
The high-quality audio on each video is another attribute that places Pivo miles ahead of other similar apps. As mentioned earlier, the videos are prepared by native speakers who have an in-depth understanding of the various languages. This way you will never go wrong if you take time to learn how to pronounce the words correctly.
Pivo is indeed the ultimate beer-ordering app that you can use in different continents and countries to ask for your favorite beer from the hotel attendants or club waiters. Unlike other similar apps that just provide plain text translations, this one offers self-explanatory videos for each dialect that is available in the app.
Another major attribute that makes it unique and reliable is that you do not need Internet to access the various interpretations. This is because all the files are stored in a database that is updated on a regular basis.
If you like, you can share the translations and videos with the world through social media platforms. In addition, you can send the translations as a message or email as you travel. It all depends with your preferred mode of communication.
Cherry is a hard-working writer and an aspiring web designer who can't go a day without using her favorite apps. She's always on the lookout for new apps and enjoys discovering ones that others have overlooked.