Expression is always a problem and so easy 3 words I Love You become so difficult to be expressed for lovers. I find it most difficult task to say but at the same time she wants to hear the same from me every time we date. Valentine’s Day is the occasion where girlfriend or boyfriend wants to have something unique or special from his or her counter part.
Saying I Love You has become most easy and that too once presented in such a way as this app does. The application named iLoveYou in 50+ Languages is wonderful and unique idea which lets you to make this sweet confession in more than 50 languages to your partner. Imagine how much happy he or she will become once read this on Valentine’s Day or when you propose.
There is also another app Say I Love You In Different Languages which lets you propose in many languages and for Valentine’s Day you can have look at Creative Romantic Ideas, Love Horoscopes, Candy Valentine Hearts and Build-a-Card: Cupid Edition.
Description of iLoveYou in 50+ Languages in Apple Store
“I just called to say ‘Ngiyakuthanda’!”
Love, the universal language, can be expressed without a word. But if it must be spoken, why not tell your sweetheart “I love you” in an exotic new tongue?
Learn how to say “I love you” in over 50 different languages from around the world with Lingolook iLoveYou – a new app from one of the leading publishers of audio phrasebooks for the iPhone. This app features over 50 audio translations of “I love you” – from Afrikaans to Zulu – recorded by native speakers and complete with expert translations and English phonetics.
Lingolook iLoveYou. Because language should never be a barrier to romance.
iLoveYou in 50+ Languages Features:
♥ Send I Love You cards with your love one with eMail, Facebook and Twitter
♥ Audio translations of “I love you” in 50+ international languages with country flags
♥ Recordings by native speakers from around the world
♥ Extra large type, native script and English phonetics
♥ Fast language search by category
♥ Convenient “Favorites” menu
♥ Instant audio replay