Translator Free ~ translate with voice
By NibiruTech Limited
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Translates and speaks 53 languages on iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
★ Quickly and easily translate words or sentences in 53 of the world's most spoken languages
★ Speaks more than 35 languages
★ Interface localized in more than 10 languages for users around the world
★ Email translations to friends, family, or yourself
★ Support for landscape keyboard for super quick translation
★ Edit existing translations to make quick and easy modifications
★ Full screen mode for translations, to user your device to show text to others
Languages supported: Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portugese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Vietnamese and many more.
Note: Integrates with Google Translation to provide quick and accurate translations and requires an active internet connection.
If you have any suggestions, problems or questions simply click the support link for a prompt response, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What's New in Version 3.5
1. Added support for additional text-to-speech languages: Arabic & Vietnamese
2. Dramatically improved text-to-speech quality in French, Spanish, Germany, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese and Russian
Best audio pronunciation in a translator I've heard "seen"
I recently downloaded five free translators for my iPad. Although this one was not my favorite overall, it does boast the best audio of any of the translators that even have that feature. Some other apps' audio is basically just an American voice speaking foreign words. This app (I've tried it in several languages, including French and Dutch) actually pronounces words as they'd be pronounced in their native tongue. For example typing "Francois" in, the voice pronounces the 'c' as a hard syllable--making the correct entry "François" changes the pronunciation to the correct 's' sound. Impressive.
Other highlight of the app is the ability to send multiple translations to your email (both target and origin languages), rather than one at a time--the norm with translation apps.
This app is amazing! It does what it says. However, i think they need to work on the asian language translation a little more. Im learning korean currently. When i wanted to translate 감 사 into english, it translated to Ackwoledgements. However, im 100% sure gamsa means thanks. So i put thanks and translated it to korean and it said 감 사. So as you can see, it needs a little help. But the app is very good. Just needs an improvement in translating asian languages.
Only does text
On my iPhone (OS 4.2) there is NO speaker icon and no way to speak the language into the app, only type it. Website forum says that tapping or holding a finger on a translated word brings up menu for "speak", "email", etc. For me it just brings up the phone's "Copy" message above, there are no other options.
Give it 3 stars because the translation appears correct - but it is all text based
- Category: Travel
- Updated: Jan 28, 2011
- Version: 3.5
- Size: 2.0 MB
- Languages: English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
- Seller: NibiruTech Limited
- © nibirutech. LTD
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.