In the past, I've recommended using social searches to find language partners who live near you.
Meeting with people who speak your target language from your local area is great when you want a break from online lessons. Its local specific search option helps you find a language partner who lives near you that you can invite out for coffee.
Another helpful feature is the option to chat in several languages at the same time.
On the app’s home screen you can see all your latest chats.
If you use it for Chinese, for instance, you can use the option when a native speaker writes to you, to instantly see the pinyin (romanized pronunciation).
There’s the option for users to fill out an introduction for information about themselves, although many people don't do this.In many ways, the experience of using Hello Talk is like , but with a public database of “friends” for the sole purpose of language practice.It's pretty cool that you can scroll past many people and see at a glance where they are from based on the flag shown in the corner of their avatar. Hello Talk works on Android and i OS, so whether you’ve got an i Phone, i Pad, or an Android smartphone or tablet, you’re good to go.Hello Talk is a cool new language learning app that serves one purpose: it connects you directly with native speakers, and provides an interface to text and speak with them, all from your smartphone.There are websites out there that let you search for people to talk with, but with these websites the actual conversation happens on Skype, Google plus, or by telephone. Hello Talk also offers translation options from within the app. This supports the developers to keep the rest of the app free, but I can give you a quick tip to get these tools at no cost….