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Italian language apps for Android?

by zooger375 / January 10, 2010 3:45 AM PST

I have a Droid and will be traveling to Italy later this year. I was wondering if there is anyone knows of a Italian-English dictionary app.

Since the phone isn't GSM compatible, I know it won't work for calls or internet over there, but is it possible to use apps that don't involve a connection?

Also if you have any tips for traveling abroad with technology, they would be greatly appreciated.


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I'd check a dedicated Android forum
by Pepe7 / January 10, 2010 1:55 PM PST for starters. There are others-

That said, you certainly could use wifi only if you hit a hotspot while abroad. How Verizon configures that on the Droid I am unfamilar with however. The biggest weakness of the Droid is that it's not dual mode GSM/CDMA Wink OTOH, while in Italy you could use Fring to gain access to free Skype calling-

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BabelDroid, etc.
by Pepe7 / January 10, 2010 2:10 PM PST
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