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Top iPhone Applications In France

Millions of tourists travel to France annually because of its rich culture, historical attractions, beautiful scenery, luxurious boutiques, and authentic cuisine. Years ago, travelers make it a point to pack their {Merriam-Webster’s French-English Dictionary}, map, compass, and playing cards before heading to France. Because of today’s technology, tourists only need one thing – and that is their iPhone or iPad. Here are some of the top applications for iPhone and iPad that you can use while traveling to France: 

To keep you company during your trip to France, the best application to download is This application was launched last March 2012 by This online gaming company owns several gambling sites including partypoker fran├žais. You can also choose to play this popular poker site by using your browser. There are various games available on this site, which makes it more fun. You can play sit-and-go or multi-table tournaments for short trips while the tournament duels and bounty tournaments are perfect for long-distance travels. No need to bring along a deck of cards because you can now comfortably play Texas Hold’em, Omaha or Seven Card Stud using your iPad. You won’t only have fun playing poker at PartyPoker, but also get a chance to win some euros which you can use for shopping or sightseeing. 

French-English Translation Dictionary and Verbs 
The common problem when traveling to a foreign country is the language barrier. You can now understand and speak a little French by using this application. What is cool about {Ultralingua} is that you can use this application even without internet connection. After downloading it on your iPhone or iPad, you can take advantage of more than 270,000 translations including numerals. You might even get a date by approaching a lovely lady and say, “La seule chose que tes yeux ne me disent pas, c'est ton nom.” This famous pick-up line means “The only thing your eyes don't tell me is your name.” 

Above France 
If you don’t know what to visit in France, then Fotopedia and National Geographic Traveler can show you the way. There are over 2,000 spectacular aerial photos available in this application including well-kept places such as the vineyards of Chateau d’ Yquem so you can get a glimpse of what to see. Aside from that, there are also interactive maps, picture slideshows and social media sharing. It also has a feature called Trip Builder that can help you create a dream trip. 

Fotopedia Heritage 
This application was included in Apple’s Hall of Fame of top 50 apps of all time. It claims to be the largest photo book in the world with more than 30,000 amazing photos. Fotopedia Heritage was created by Fotonauts in cooperation with {UNESCO World Heritage Centre} to give its travelers a virtual passport to hundreds of cultural and historical sites including the Loire Valley and Le Havre.