orb3000 · Feb 10, 2011 at 09:00 am

TS Translator Lite for Android

Here’s a simple tool that will help you on your business or vacation trip to other countries. XDA member lwjkkk present this useful application for those travelers with an Android device. TS Translator can be used to translate Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese, French, German, Spanish, Thai, Indonesian, and Vietnamese featuring two-way translation in 2 languages with voice, 60,000+ expressions in 12 categories, replaceable words in expressions and a today’s talk widget, amongst many others.
The lite version can be found for free on the market.

Originally posted by lwjkkk
TS Translator [Lite] [FREE]

TS Translator [Lite] [FREE]

What is the most necessary thing for a trip in abroad or learning languages?

★TS Translator supports 2 languages (two of Korean,English,Japanese,Chinese,French,German,Span ish,Thai,Indonesian,Vietnamese), so

you can communicate with foreigners.

★60,000+ expressions in native voices

★Today’s talk widget

★Replacable words

★Major Features
*2-way translation in 2 languages with voice
*60,000+ expressions in 12 categories
*Replacable words in expressions
*Today’s talk widget
*Listen all
*Ask&reply
*Favorite&recent list
*Flip to listen
*Send translation by email or SMS

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