There’s nothing like learning a new language, but it can get overwhelming when you’re just flipping through a dictionary. This app lets you hear and read 143 of the most commonly used phrases so you can get them down before attempting to learn the entire language.
Kamus Indonesia (KBBI) Offline
I’d recommend this app for anyone serious about learning the language. You don’t even need internet access and you can save it to an SD card to help save space on your android.
This app is best to have when traveling to Indonesia because you get to see both what to say and then what someones ordinary response should be, so you don’t become confused while asking for directions. The dialogs are categorized as well so it’s simple and quick to get your point across.
Indonesian Translator / Dict
The easiest way to learn, yet also the most passive way, is to translate it from English. Don’t become too reliant on this app however because there may come a time when your battery dies and you have no idea how to ask where you are.