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Toucan Alternatives

The best Toucan alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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  1. Fluent is a people-based marketing platform that uses real-time, one-to-one interaction to create custom audiences and serve personalized ads that drive performance at scale.

  2. Brocard allows you to create an unlimited number of virtual cards for paying for advertising and other online payments, manage a team of buyers, choose from 20+ bins for various tasks, and enjoy convenient API for integrations.

    Try for free Open Source free

  3. UIslator uses ML to localises and contextualises your copy so you can avoid any mistranslation and embarrassing errors.So you can focus on providing the best user experience for your audience.Beta platform: FigmaBeta language: English -> Chinese

  4. Translation apps for business, travels, professional translators, students and free style people.

  5. Duolingo is a free language learning app for iOS, Windows and Android devices. The app makes learning a new language fun by breaking learning into small lessons where you can earn points and move up through the levels. Read more about Duolingo.

  6. Learn 103 languages while watching Netflix 🎬

  7. Equip your team with tools designed to collaborate, connect, and engage with teammates and customers, no matter where you’re located, all in one platform.

    freemium $15.99 / Monthly (Pro - Great for Small Teams)

  8. Record your prototype & app with device frame overlay.

  9. Design, get feedback, convert to code, publish, iterate.

    $31.0 / Monthly

  10. Decentralised, free browser-based video calling

  11. Use movies as study material for language learning

  12. Find people to hang out with.

  13. Play music on your TV from your Android device.

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  1. Stan Bright avatar
    Stan Bright
    · 10 months ago
    · Reply

    It's a great way to learn a new language. And it makes a difference that you learn the new vocabulary in a real world context relevant to you.