The world is shrinking, again. These days, you don't need to run a multinational corporation to be in touch with people around the globe.
If you are, you're already talking to people in dozens of countries, all the time. Even if you're not, just click on a social media site and in seconds you're having conversations with people in Mexico, China, India, Korea, or dozens of other countries.
If you like to travel as much as we do, or if you're stationed abroad, you know that communicating with the world's 7-plus billion people has never been easier, or so commonplace. Yet, a lot of times, huge language barriers still exist.
Half the time, you find yourself reaching for one of those old, cumbersome English-to-whatever dictionaries. Those are handy for quick bites, like "Where's the rest room?" But flipping through a book to find words so you can have a conversation with someone doesn't help. In fact, it's not worth the hassle.
Fortunately, today's online tools are making it so much easier to communicate with anyone, in any language, in an instant. Clarify is one of those tools.