Introducing: What’s That?
How do you say “underpants” in German? Why is there a liquor bottle in the office? Who left pizza in the bedroom?!
You may ask yourself these questions while playing “What’s That?”. But you’ll be too busy learning the words for hundreds of objects in French, Spanish and German to answer them.
Simply select a scene, then tap an object. “What’s That?” shows and speaks the translation. Memorized it? Flick that translation off the screen and learn something new.
Think you’ve learned it all? Take the quiz and prove it.
What’s That? - It’s always playful, sometimes puzzling, but never boring.
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Hundreds of Objects
Hundreds of words to learn in French, Spanish and German.
No Robot Voices
Each word is professionally recorded and carefully spoken by native French, Spanish and German speakers.
Learn and Quiz
Learn at your own pace, or challenge yourself by taking a quiz.
From the Creators of SpeakEasy
What’s That? is built by the same team behind SpeakEasy, the best-selling series of language phrasebook apps available since 2008.
What People Are Saying
I am learning german and this app is great for what it does. It doesn't show sentences or grammar, but shows you vocabulary in a fun and cool looking way. The full version is $1.99 and I am definitely getting it because it is worth it! Love the concept and the audio is clear and crisp.
—Germanjb11 (USA App Store Review)
This is a very well constructed app! It is easy to use, visually pleasing and enjoyable to use. Congratulations!
—BothePo8 (USA App Store Review)
Hundreds of Objects
Fifteen Unique Scenes
Press, Media, and Other Enquiries
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