Express Your Love with Say I Love U for Android
This is a very simple app, but as Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, we simply couldn’t resist writing a line or two about it. The app, brought to us by XDA member email@example.com, is of the same type as a soundboard, a recollection of sounds that will be played by your device based on your selection. This particular one has a collection of the phrase “I love you” and it is in several different languages. So, if your love for your significant other is too big to try an express it in a single language, this app will certainly come in handy. This will rather bring tears of joy out of the other person or odd stares as to why you are using your Android device to say those 3 magic words.
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This application collected the voice of “I love U” in different languages，you can learn it and say to your girlfriend.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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