Translate words by photographing them with the iPhone

By VisionwizTeam at June 27, 2011 | 5:22 pm | Print

Translate words by photographing them with the iPhone

ABBYY Lingvo Dictionaries 2.0 for iOS, a dictionary and translation application for iphone.

It is coming out with a new photo translation function that allows users to translate words by photographing them with the iPhone camera.

On the iPhone, the photo translation feature supports instant translation of words in 27 European languages including English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Greek, among others..It means that now you can look-up and translate words through your iphone just anywhere in the world.

How It Works:

Basic translations of every word in the photographed text are previewed in short pop-up entries on the iPhone screen, which allows for quick comprehension of the text. If necessary, short entries can be transformed into full entry versions to provide more information and translation alternatives.

The application can also translate words directly from the clipboard, allowing users reading an e-book or surfing the Internet to copy up to five consecutive words from the text and automatically offering them for translation.

The application also supports hypertext and allows users to get instant translation of any word found in the dictionary with just a single tap.

Best Part Is:

The basic dictionary set, available for download within the application for no extra charge, includes 58 dictionaries spanning 27 languages. Additional premium content dictionaries can be added anytime, allowing users to expand their translation capabilities.

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