New iPhone Apps May Have Contributed to the Euro Crisis
July 9, 2012 in Travel
[prMac.com] Brooklyn, New York - Travelers find romance and steer clear of trouble with new iphone apps. Dozens of language apps can help you find the museum or the train station. But four new ones - Love in French, Trouble in French, Love in Italian and Trouble in Italian - can help you romance the most attractive natives while taming unruly waiters and scattering pint-sized pickpockets.
Some have speculated on whether a pair of recently released iPhone Apps, Trouble in French and Trouble in Italian, may have contributed to recent uncertainty sweeping across Europe. Providing the foreign visitor with an arsenal of vituperative phrases to subdue the local populace, the apps include some pointed references on the state of the Euro, airline staff and local waiters. Others argue that their companion apps, Love in French and Italian, may have had the opposite effect.
"Whether you're in love or trouble abroad," explains author Howard Tomb, "you need verbal bombshells at your fingertips. And a sexy accent is essential. Our new apps give you all that for 99 cents each - less than the cost of a single espresso. And for July only, Trouble in French is FREE!"
Love in Italian and Love in French provide a wealth of intoxicating pickup lines, including:
Could you help me find a single ray of sunshine in a universe of forbidding darkness?
Protrebbe aiutami a trovare un solo raggio di luce in un universe do ostile oscurit?
Every line is spoken by a sophisticated young native. And in the grand European tradition, the Love apps also let you chat up your paramour's parents, order shockingly expensive meals and deny your infidelity. Bonus features include a "sweet nothing generator" and love poetry of the giants, like Dante and Baudelaire.
With the Trouble apps, you'll navigate with style through the inevitable misadventures of foreign travel.
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 10.8 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Love in French 1.0 free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Travel category. The other apps are also available in the App Store. For more samples, visit the App Store or Love and Trouble online. They are all free for travel writers and other reviewers. Please ask for the promo codes.
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