So you've heard about and come across apps that read out the texts you receive on your phone. We thought that was awesome; well not quite! Enter SMS Speaker Translating,
a free app that not only reads your texts for you, but reads them after translating them to a language of your choice. However, in order for the translation to work, Wi-Fi or a data connection is required. The time it takes for the app to translate is just a few seconds and the output is crisp and very clear.
When composing an email, it can be quite embarrassing to make spelling mistakes. Moreover, a communication on a professional level (e.g. via LinkedIn) makes it even more important to carefully examine the content we send out. eType
is an application that auto completes, provides suggestions and translates words while typing anywhere, be it social networking websites, browsers, word processors, or desktop applications. It also helps us in preventing spelling mistakes and recommending words while writing a long research paper or thesis.
is a small wrapper application for Google online translation services which lets you translate text from one language to another quickly. It provides a novel text translation experience right from your desktop. It is developed as a background application residing in menu bar which can be activated by pressing used-defined hotkeys. Apart from translation, it quickly makes your translated data available on your clipboard. Read More
Google Translator is really good at what it does, i.e., translating text. You feed it with a string of text and instantly get the result in various other languages. It also supports translating entire web pages, but what if you have some MS Office documents to translate? Would you feed every single line of text one by one and get the output in your language of choice? Imagine the time it would consume, not to mention the inconvenience.
Sometimes we need a translator who can help translate a chat conversation with a foreigner to your local language
. If you have some friends who live outside your country in your Instant Messenger contact list, then you must know how hard it is to talk with someone who doesn’t speak your language.
is a free service that lets you chat with anyone around the world. It can translate up to 15 languages to your local language. Suppose you want to chat with someone who speaks French, if this person writes a message to you, it will automatically get translated to English or whatever your local language is. In this way you can understand what he/she is saying and reply in your own local language, for the person with whom you are chatting, he/she will receive the message in French.
Google Translate is the most widely used translation service currently available for free. But translating a webpage, a paragraph, or a piece of text can still be a tiresome process. First you need to visit Google Translate website, copy/paste the text, at last choosing the language, and finally clicking Translate.
Google Translate Client
for Windows makes translation a piece-of-cake. It integrates itself into every Windows application, whether it be Firefox browser, Notepad, Microsoft Word, or Windows Live Writer. It is to date the best 3rd party Google Translate tool I have ever tried
Not everything is written in English. What will you do when you need to find what videos of Barack Obama are Japanese people posting? Or when you need to find photos of a Chinese actress? Of course the Chinese newspapers and blogs would have more photos of their own actress than a newspaper in US. Now the only method is to first translate the name using Google Translate or Yahoo! BabelFish and then copy/paste the name to search engines.
But isn’t this method a little too time consuming? What if you want to perform multiple searches in foreign languages? This is where ForiSearch comes in. It is a free service that uses Google Translate API to translate the keywords and then searches them in important destinations such as Google Images, Google Videos, YouTube, Yahoo, and MSN. Read More