I’m not sure if this translates for you automatically though.Next is my personal favourite at the moment, Doki Doki Postbox.Final app’s I would recommend are for those who after meeting new people via one of the above apps wish to take their conversation to an easier platform. These two are massively popular amongst Asian countries so you will often find (like I did) you may get asked to talk on these instead.They are pretty much like whatsapp or kik and are available to download for free for both androids and iphones.I haven’t used this app personally but apparently it is really good.If you read the reviews loads of people have successfully managed to meet and make life long friendships or romantic relationships with people abroad.Some I myself have tried and enjoyed, others come highly recommended.
This app does not automatically translate however you can set up your own profile and it can be viewed by anyone.
I believe it’s available for both Iphone and android users so everyone’s a winner. Skout is also a very good app for making friends internationally and locally.
It’s layout is somewhat similar to a lot of social media sites such as you post statuses etc.
I have Line and I really like it, it is easy to use and you can message, video chat and calll for free as long as you have some sort of connection to the internet.
Kakao talk has these features as well, so no need to download both just pick the one you’d rather use.
The only downside to this app is that it is hard to start a conversation with someone unless you are writing postcards (not real ones obviously) on a regular basis.