Another Language Gap Bridged

For centuries humans have stared at their canine companions and worked at deciphering exactly what their barks and grunts could possibly mean. Often it is nothing more than “I am hungry” or “I would like to go outside”. However, the plucky Japanese have solved that problem forever. I introduce you to Bowlingual Voice.

It claims to translate your dog’s barks into human language, yet for now only in Japanese. It will be available eventually in English, and hopefully other languages, so keep your eye out for this wonderful gift idea for your best friend, whether canine or human.