iPhone's Newest Application: “Free Translator”

Posted by Audrey Dubois-Boutet on March 27, 2009

Since the iPhone’s big release in the summer of 2007, Google has been persistent in providing reliable iPhone applications to support “a friendlier interface.” Their newest edition is the ‘Free Translator’ application which allows business partners, clients, and prospects to interact using various languages.
‘Free Translator’ allows one individual to text a message in their "target" language while the recipient receives messages in their "source" language. For example, the "target" language could be English, but the recipient’s "source" language could be French. Google notes that “the quality of translation is generally very good indeed" which guarantees that "you can type in the most abstract sentences and something sensible will emerge."

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Topics: Translation, Mobile Application