We have taken a look at the Sign Language Translator glove just last week, and here we are with yet another translation tool, although it certainly will not be as cool as the Sign Language Translator glove. The Translator app for Windows Phone is now available, where it will play nice as long as your smartphone runs on Windows Phone 7 and above. The download weighs in at just 7MB, where it is capable of using your smartphone’s camera to capture an image and translate the printed text into something that your neural patterns are able to recognize, while voice recognition has been thrown into the mix in order to translate spoken text, or the keyboard to enter text that you want to translate.
Heck, you can also opt to download languages and phrase books in order for you to make your own translation of text and images should your device not remain hooked to a network – and that can happen most of the time whenever you are overseas. The translations will be spoken in a native speaker’s accent, so if you do not have a keen ear, you might have some difficulty in listening to the translation. Still, it is better than nothing, right?
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