I trust the the vast majority reviews on this app -- this is pretty rare in China. I know many friends who have discovered good restaurants and bars on this app. Now they stepped it up by recommending places based on my occasions.
Especially with the new update that translates the entire image at once, this app is so useful. I can take a screenshot of a website and quickly find out what it says. I wish I had known about this before I paid for the live translation feature on Pleco
This dictionary is easily the best dictionary to have in hand when studying Chinese. I used the basic free version for 2 years as my constant reference for both summers in spent traveling in China and for language studies while on the bus, in a coffee shop, or listening to podcasts in Chinese.
After adding the basic paid features package, I get even more out of Pleco. Particularly the document reader and flash card system are my most frequently used add-ons. It s great to just snap a picture and have instant access to just tap on a character and see the translation. Great for help with restaurant menus, short articles, and signage. It made 上海博物館 much more enjoyable.
I took my fourth Ofo ride today, and this is such a great idea!! The bikes are comfortable and easy to ride. My guess is that most of us buy a bike and then it sits unused 98% of the time, so it’s a good way to make better use of resources, plus let Ofo take care of maintenance, upgrades. Great way to get around town!
QQ music is the easiest way in China to listen to free Music unless you have Spotify or Apple Music. The only thing is that in the case you don t read Chinese it might be very hard to organize the songs that you like listening to.
The best and only Taxi App you can trust while living and/or traveling in China! Just do yourself the favor of downloading the app, set up International credit card and navigate the user interface in order to familiarize your self with it.
It’s unquestionably not easy to navigate anything in China without knowing Chinese and inputting addresses and/or locations can be challenging in any local app. Yet, this is due to the fact that using Pinyin (Chinese-Romanization) writing it’s difficult if you have not taken Chinese.
Regardless... of this, there are no other truly viable options with an English friendly GUI, that gets you where you need to go. We have been using DiDi for nearly four months on a daily basis and we could not live without it.
This app is just amazing. There is nothing that you can t do. Thanks to Alibaba and Jack Ma. BTW, this app has fingerprint option to make payments, it is not any different than of IOS. I wish all countries tried to make something similar to this app. It is much better than the likes of Apple Pay...