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I guess this is a useful app for some people. I personally never leave my house if I can help it, so the only time I might have a use for this is when the Armenian plumber comes by to fix my garbage disposal.
Mark made an offer, but he also made the very astute point that this would be horrible for high-ranking business people who need to do international deals that contain a lot of non-translate-able business language.
I personally think this is too untested, too new, and too ambitious (especially when you consider that the two entrepreneurs are pretty young). I wouldn't have made an offer on this. But, once again proving that I would be a terrible Shark, there was a genuine bona-fide Shark Fight over this app. Robert, Mark, and Kevin all made offers, and the two developers made the surprising decision to go with Kevin's offer - mostly because (for once) it was the most generous.
Brian Frankel & Kunal Sarda