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When it first came out as a booklet, the 'travellers picture dictionary' Point it was lovely to work with.

It had pictures of common household items, foods, medicines, transportation, tools, sights, professions, anything you might be searching for/wanting in a foreign country that you don't speak the language of, together with some geographical maps. IIRC some 20-30 pages full of stuff.

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They also made an app, but it gets bad reviews (I e.g. agree with the complaint of the pictures having watermarks).

Does anyone know of an alternative?

  • It does not have to be free (let's say up to US$10).
  • I don't need texts or pronunciations.
  • It has to work offline (no Internet connection)
  • Lookup speed is essential, you don't want to have to fumble with your app for a minute to point out something. Their current app does that with an index like this, so that you are two clicks away from the photo:

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  • While I usually recommend taking a look into the corresponding app listing of mine: I'd done that for vocabulary, but I don't have a list for this kind of app. Though some of the Language Guides might have that (includes "travel helpers"), like Travel Interpreter. – Izzy Aug 5 '16 at 11:08
  • Oh: SameSame could be your candidate! – Izzy Aug 5 '16 at 11:25

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