With All Language Translate translator, you will be able to translate words and phrases between over 100 languages, use speech recognition, text-to-speech and use the phrasebook to save words and phrases offline in categories for travels and language classes.
Speech to Text – Text to Speech app for dictating text which can be sent as an SMS or Email or copied and pasted into another app. The app uses Androids built-in Speech Recogniser to turn speech into text. The app is also capable of speaking text out using your built-in TTS Engine.
Speech to Text – Text to Speech enables you to converts your spoken words to text and copy/share to any other android App like Whatsapp,Facebook Messenger, gmail etc.
- 100+ languages supported
- text-to-speech for translations
- offline history of translations
- transliteration of translations
- speak and translate
Create wordlists for a language pair and fill them with words or phrases that will be available even offline!
A perfect solution if
– you go abroad: to have a categorized phrasebook with words pre-saved for different situations;
– you visit language classes: to have wordlists for every class right in the pocket with text-to-speech and search.
SPEECH RECOGNITION – SPEAK AND TRANSLATE:
For approximately 40 languages, you can speak instead of writing to translate. Tap on a button, speak and translate!
You may find convenient and addictive the way how history of the translator is implemented: it’s right above the current translation, thereby, to access all the data you translated earlier you simply need to scroll a bit up. To find older translations, you can use the search field in the top bar.
If you don’t need to save translations, you can disable history in settings. Then, above the current translation there will be simply nothing.
Almost any translation can be played back with the correct pronunciation. The speed of dictation can be defined by you in settings of the translator.
There is a huge amount of languages that are a bit tricky to read correctly for an English-speaker, for example. Therefore, for such languages our translator provides transliteration along with translation. E.g., if you will be translating “Hello” into Chinese, All Language Translate: Translator will yield “你好” as translation and “Nǐ hǎo” as transliteration to get you rid of a conundrum how to read it.
You can also disable showing transliteration in settings of translator in case you don’t need it.
DICTIONARY, I.E. A LOT OF SYNONYMS:
For majority of translations, All Language Translate: Translator will also show a lot of possibilities—divided by parts of speech—how the word can be substituted with analogs.
Translation field is always sticked to the bottom of the screen, so you will be able to make a translation in any time you are in All Language Translate.
HOW TO COPY TRANSLATION:
Just long-tap onto the translation or accordingly original to copy it.
HOW TO DELETE FROM HISTORY:
Long-tap on an item to select for deletion. You can select a few at once. Or delete all items at once in settings.
Please, note that All Language Translate: Translator requires the Internet connection to translate something new what’s not saved in the history.
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