Instantly speak another language, voice to voice, device to device, with Voice Translator for iPhone and iPad.
Real-time chat translation enables your visitors to chat using their own language, The app will translate the chat text and voice to and from the visitor and can translate over 36 different languages.
Travel Translator is an award winning app that helps you break down language barriers. Talk face to face in over 36 languages with our magical technology. Put an interpreter in your pocket.
Now with full voice-to-voice support for:
Afrikaans,Arabic,Bulgarian,Chinese,Chinese TW,Chinese HK,Creole,Czech,Danish,Dutch,Estonian,US English,UK English,Finnish,French,German,Greek,Haitian Hebrew,Hungarian,Italian,Indonesian,Japanese,Korean,Latin,Latvian,Lithuanian,Norwegian,Portuguese,Polish,Romania,Russian,Spanish,Swedish,Slovak,Slovenian,Thai,Turkish
With Chat Translator you can:
- Group talk *BREAK UPDATE*
Connect devices together and easily engage in conversation with other people.
- Super-accurate voice recognition
Forget typing... the accuracy of our voice recognition is so amazing that you don't need your keyboard anymore.
- Instantly speak 36 languages
Instantly start a voice-to-voice conversation into one of our 36 languages and dialects.
- Stylish interface
Using the most cutting-edge design, gorgeous show your personality.
- Look up words
Look up definitions and translations for common words & phrases, just using your voice.
- Share translations
Simply tap on a translation to copy, mail, SMS, WeChat.
In school, the Bluetooth feature of this app changes everything
I'm a teacher in a multi-lingual urban high school. English is not the native language of probably 50% of the student body. If one then adds in the number of students who would benefit from hearing and seeing the instructor's communications (in any language) the group comprises just about everyone. Connecting 2 iPads, one with the instructor and the other projected on screen, as well as, through a speakers, IMO, is a necessity for student growth across the board. Buy it and creatively use it!
So far, so good.
Voice recognition is really good. What I like about it is that it keeps a list of all the phrases you say so you can tap them to repeat over and over again. Great way to learn a new language.
*by Michael Kavanaugh
This has been a very helpful app for students that move in that do not speak English.