orb3000 · Jul 10, 2011 at 12:00 pm

dV2t Translator for Windows Mobile Updated

Last year, XDA member doanvanvinhtho showed us the first release of dV2t Translator for Windows Mobile devices. Since then, the dev has released version 5 which includes some visual changes and some extra functionality such as:

– Text-To-Speech)
– Auto-detect language
– Undo, Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete, Select All

It also supports the using of the interface “Sense HTC’s UI Look ‘n Feel”, which enhances the look of the application.
As all Windows Mobile stuff used to be, you can find the link to download the .cab file and source code for free.

If you liked it, please leave some words for the developer.

Originally posted by doanvanvinhtho
Hi everybody!

dV2t Translator provides bi-directional translation of words and phrases between languages (using BING or GOOGLE translator)

Features:
Free and open source (hosted at Microsoft Codeplex and Google Code)
Translate between languages: integrate 2 services (GOOGLE, BING) into one program.
Users can select translation services, can compare the results of them.
Support pronounce text (text-to-speech)
Auto-detect language (*)
Undo, Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete, Select All
Using interface “Sense HTC’s UI Look ‘n Feel” (thanks eboelzner – support localization (*))

Requirements:
.NETcf 3.5
Internet connection (GPRS/3G/Wifi)

Continue to the application thread.


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