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You might think that all I do is sit here and think about issues specifically related to medical translation or legal translation: engrossed in quaint and curious volumes of forgotten lore. And very often you’d be right – that’s both what I enjoy and how I make my living. But because it is my living, I also spend a lot of time thinking of myself as a business, and thinking about how I can make that business run smarter, more efficiently, and, of course, more profitably.

In this fourth blog on translated related iPhone app series, we review 3 more popular apps viz. Jibbigo voice translator, Lingopal fun multilingual phrasebook and iTranslate plus. These apps are all aimed at global travelers who would find it useful. Jibbigo, though expensive compared to others, is versatile as it has voice recognition capabilities. However for a thorough translation job these apps would prove insufficient and approaching a professional translation agency is the only option.

Three more translation related Android apps viz. Talk To Me, Spanish Translator and Star Translate are reviewed in this blog. These apps would be handy for people who are constantly traveling but some of them require direct access to internet. For professional translation jobs translation agency should to be contacted.

Talk To Me

We review three more popular translation related iPhone apps here below viz. the Oxford Translator Travel Pro, Linguo and Bd Translator in continuation of earlier blogs on the same topic. These apps are mainly useful for business / leisure travelers looking for some handy phrases in foreign tongues and can not be used in place of service from professional translation agencies.

The Oxford Translator Travel Pro

We review three more translation related Android apps viz. ConveyThis Translator, Trippo Monde Voice Translator, and Google Goggle in this blog. They would be found useful by frequent travelers in foreign countries. For quality translation of your own Android App you have to contact professional translation services.

ConveyThis Translator

Android is the Operating System for mobile devices developed by Google as a competitor to Windows Mobile, Nokia’s Symbian, Blackberry OS and others. Version 1.0 of Android was released in February 2009 and since then it has undergone several upgrades with the latest version 2.2 released in May 2010. Google took over Android Inc. the original developers of Android OS. Android is based on Linux OS kernel and GNU software.

Continuing the discussion on translation related iPhone apps, we review some more popular apps like World Nomads, Lonely Planet Phrasebooks, and Coolgorilla Talking Phrasebooks here below. As mentioned previously these apps can only serve as a guide particularly for people on the move and can not substitute professional translation service providers for achieving accurate results. Their scope of translation is also limited to a few hundred words / phrases.

World Nomads

iPhone is one of the earliest and highly successful smartphones introduced into the market in Jan 2007 by Apple Inc. iPhones are portable multimedia enabled mobile phones having diverse functionalities. They have built in high resolution camera, multi touch screen, high quality music player, Wi-fi connectivity etc. The latest version of iPhone is iPhone 4 released in June 2010. Apple has sold more than 50 million units of iPhone so far with sale of iPhone 4 alone touching a figure of 1.2 million within 10 days of its launch.

The Android was specifically created in order to accommodate a myriad of mobile-optimized applications that utilize all of the advantages that the portable gadget medium has to offer. This is a device that's been designed to be open, so it's only natural that it also features the translation of Android applications.