Voice Translator & Dictionary.

Voice Translator & Dictionary.

By BPMobile

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2015-09-14
  • Current Version: 2.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 126.90 MB
  • Developer: BPMobile
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 1,374 Reviews)
  • Price:
Voice Translator & Dictionary. App Ratings: 4.5
Total 1,374 Reviews

Voice Translator & Dictionary. App Description

Voice translation was never so easy! Travel around the world and easily communicate in any country - Voice Translator will instantly pronounce translated phrases on-the-fly! Communicate freely at the airport, hotel, gas station, supermarket or any other place. Put your personal interpreter into pocket and use it anytime and anywhere! Voice Translator is an essential learning tool for kids and adults - learn new phrases and listen to correct pronunciation. Start using Voice Translator now and forget about looking for the correct phrase in the dictionary - say any phrase and your interpreter will pronounce the translation out loud! Features: - Language detection for text-to-text mode - Useful widget that saves translations and allows to access them offline - 100+ languages working in speech-to-speech and text-to-text modes - Offline dictionary with voice input - 3D Touch support - translate right from the home screen - Apple Watch support - Speech-to-Speech Conversation mode - The best voice recognition technology - You can either speak or type to translate your text - Smart Text-to-Text mode - Speed up your text input with typing hints - Access favourite phrases offline from History - Translate your chat with iMessage extension - Edit your translations - Convert text from languages with non-Latin alphabet - Conversation History - Copy, Paste and Share translations in a single tap - Works with any app that supports text sharing - Intuitive Dialogue Conversation Interface - Speak the translated phrase out loud - Control the speed of voice - Male and female voices available - iOS 11 support Currently supported Voice-to-Voice languages: Arabic (Egypt) Arabic (Saudi Arabia) Arabic (International) Catalan Czech Danish Dutch English (Australia) English (GB) English (US) English (India) Finnish French (Canada) French (France) German Greek Hebrew Hindi Hungarian Italian Japanese Korean Mandarin (China / Simplified) Mandarin (Taiwan / Traditional) Norwegian Polish Portuguese (Brazil) Portuguese (Portugal) Romanian Russian Slovak Spanish (Spain) Spanish (LatAm) Swedish Thai Turkish and more

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Voice Translator & Dictionary. App Reviews

  • The Best

    By 101 Newman
    The Best of the Best
  • Ecchulona

    By Habana Hilton
  • Vida livre- liberdade

    By Alzenira.
    Tecnologia com qualidade, facilitando a vida das pessoas que não dominam o idioma, fazendo com que as pessoas viagem com segurança. Muito bom. Indico.
  • Junk

    By kingair1
    I speak very clear English and it has no idea what I am asking. Not even close. Please don't charge me for this. I have deleted it. Don't waste your time.
  • Dissatisfied

    By Bus consultant
    Extremely slow. It doesn't work as promised. I canceled the application.
  • Great App!!!!

    By Moshopro
    I use it to talk to people who can't understand English while I'm driving Uber..
  • Wonderful and very easy to use!

    By Tolazytofun
    Being from Southern California USA, over many years we have met wonderful neighbors from all over the world. We have sympathized with them at how overwhelming it can be to move to another country and have to learn about our culture, the fast pace here to eek out a living for only the basics of life and getting use to foods here and learn English. Taking an interest in the cultures they have come from, trying their favorite foods and endeavoring to learn their languages to help them with English, we have become much more than friends. We are family. One of our sons showed me how the Apple phones have multiple language keyboards. Having these keyboards and your app, I am able to now text messages to all our dear extended family in their first languages. This is encouraging to them and has really helped the process of learning their languages. Most of these dear ones' English has improved greatly over the years. But imagine if we were to live in a Country where English wasn't spoken. Wouldn't we crave to hear a word or two spoken in our first language? Taking an interest in a person's first language and the culture they have left, shows genuine hospitality to them, and says WELCOME!!!
  • Scam!!!

    By d3cnyc
    It claims to offered Japanese offline translation. Lies!
  • 일본어 번역 엉망입니다

    By justin gimm
  • Like it

    By hipstas60