Business professionals travel the world in their efforts to gain new clients and customers. They spend time on the phone and on the Internet seeking new ventures. With these endeavors, mis-communication can occur. Language barriers can prevent successful transactions. Fortunately, there are great resources available to assist. Enterprises TV looks at a few.
Google Translate on the web is one of the main resources for getting a mostly accurate translation. The tech company also has an app for translation which now can translate two languages at a time. At the moment, the app can adapt from English to French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. The app works even offline in camera mode. Take a photo of what needs to be translated and the app translates it.
Skype, the online video and voice platform, also translates while two parties are connected. Skype is owned by Microsoft which is quickly developing apps to translate more languages on different platforms.
iTranslate Voice allows users to say a word in their language and hear it back in the language they chose for translation via smart phone.
iSpeech Translator for Blackberry works on the iOS, Android and Blackberry platforms. It allows users to speak and translate any words or phrases including email or text in multiple languages. It works well reading restaurant menus and street directions also.
Enterprises wants to know if readers know of any other translation app which works well. Please feel free to let us know.