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dV2t Translator for WM
Here we have another application for translating languages. XDA member doanvanvinhtho presents dV2t Translator, a great tool for those frequent travelers. You can use Bing or Google as your default on line translator: undo, cut, copy, paste, delete, select all, and many other features are included. Translator integrates Sense/Manila UI.
NETcf 3.5 and of course an Internet connection are needed.
Originally posted by doanvanvinhtho
[APP] [Text Translation Software for Windows Mobile (dV2t Translator)]
dV2t Translator provides bi-directional translation of words and phrases between languages (using BING or GOOGLE translator)
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)
Undo, Cut, Copy, Paste, Delete, Select All
Using interface “Sense HTC’s UI Look ‘n Feel” (thanks eboelzner)
You can find more information in the application thread.
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