Posted by Adam | Jun 14, 2011 | Comments 0
California based Penpower releases an update to it’s translation app, Worldictionary 2.1. Simply point the viewfinder of an iPhone camera at any printed word, no need to click, and Worldictionary will offer an instant translation from 21 languages into 50 others. Worldictionary offers the ability to search Google, YouTube and Wikipedia for more comprehensive translation information. A photo of the text can be selected and highlighted to get the etymology and synonyms for a particular word.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 14, 2011 | Comments 0
Fremont, California – Penpower Technology has released their latest mobile application in the App Store, Worldictionary 1.0.0, a translating tool that uses the iPhone’s native camera to recognize text and translate on screen. Using Google translating services, Worldictionary has the ability to recognize thousands of words on any surface from street signs, books, restaurant menus to recipes and translate from nine different languages to over 50 other languages in a matter of seconds, it is literally an interpreter on-the-go.