So you downloaded the Saucy Phrasebook after reading our original review and got a kick out of impressing the locals in Tokyo with your clever Japanese phrases.
But now you’re headed to South Korea– how will you warn the bartender that you’ve had too much soju?
Lucky for you, the Saucy Phrasebook 2.0 has just been released! For just $2.99, you can enjoy all the funny, useful, and even flirtatious lines the original offered, now in 13 different languages.
The new version is organized into six categories: emergency, dating, food, shopping, shelter, and transportation. Each phrase is recorded by a native speaker so you’re sure to be understood. Available languages include Arabic, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.