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There’s no need to go into the app settings to change your target language.
This is an issue I've had in other language tools when I’ve been learning or practising more than one language.
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.
If they opt for text, you can use the text-to-voice feature to have a voice synthesizer replicate what they may be saying, as if you were having a voice chat.
Mileage in this feature will vary widely depending on the language, how closely you can emulate a native speaker, and of course limitations of the voice recognition system itself.
What’s more, the conversation can continue in a slower pace than it would if you were speaking on Skype.
Your conversation partner can choose whether they reply using text or voice.
Hello Talk also includes an automatic translation feature.
In the time that the app has grown, the developers have had the chance to vastly improve the interface.
That said, there’s still some room for improvement.
This makes it a little riskier when you are meeting up with strangers, as you don't necessarily know much about them.
For this reason, I'd recommend using the meetup feature with caution.
If you're using Hello Talk’s voice recognition system, then you can simply speak what you want to say.