SayWhat Lets You Explain Words/Phrases Using 10-Second Clips

December 1, 2015 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

Luckily for us, there are tons of applications available in the Google Play Store. Some of those apps are more popular than others, and each of us has its own preferences, which is perfectly normal, that’s why it’s good there are so many options available. That being said, you have a number of options for third-party e-mail clients, SMS apps, gallery apps, camera apps etc. There are some unique apps out there though, some of those are more useful than others, but they’re out there, and we’re here to talk about one such app, read on.

SayWhat Video Dictionary application is somewhat new in the Google Play Store. This application has been released by ‘Interlo Co.’ developing company, and it’s their only app in the Play Store at the moment. What is SayWhat Video Dictionary and why did I call it unique? Well, let me try to explain. This app basically lets you record a 10-second long video in order to explain current / hip phrases out there, or older phrases people are usually not familiar with. The developer actually calls this an app which will help you ‘keep up with the latest slang’.

Now, this application might be rather odd, and its target audience might not be that broad, but it sure is the first such app at least I have stumbled upon. This application will clearly cater to younger generations and I guess it can be fun in a way, looking at people trying to explain words like ‘bae’, ‘chill’ and phrases such as ‘that track just gave me an eargasm’ could be fun. So, if you’re not familiar with some of the slang kids are using these days, this application might be a solution to your problems, or perhaps you’re just interested in seeing people explain odd words / phrases for some reason. Either way, SayWhat is the app to install and try out if that’s the case. The application is actually well designed, and it’s completely free in the Google Play Store. In case you’d like to check out what it looks like, take a look at the gallery down below, and if you’d like to try it out, click the provided Google Play Banner.