Jase Glenn · Dec 27, 2011 at 10:00 am

Voice Translator: the Easy to Use Translation Solution

Have you ever been somewhere and the people don’t speak English? I’m sure many of you have. It’s a pain to try and communicate your point…until now.

You see those awkward moments are perfect for the newest app on the block: Voice Translator. Created by XDA Recognized Developer sensboston, it’s function is simple: you talk to it in your language, it speaks back in whatever language you select. Having used the app myself, I can honestly say it’s a cinch.

The app is free (but ad-based) and sensboston is committed to evaluating user feedback and getting the bugs worked out. So head on over to the thread here and give this neat app a whirl. Your non English (or whatever other language) speaking friends will thank you.

Happy Translating


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