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[App Store] Worldictionary – Easy App for Instant Translation

Worldictionary - Easy App for Instant Translation

As I was in need of a translator last week, I searched the iTunes store to find a suitable app for my iPhone. I was a bit confused whether to select a free app or a paid app. Finally, I went ahead to choose a paid app – Worldictionary. I find it to be a great app, so let me share my experience with it.

Worldictionary is really an innovative tool that defines and translates any word instantly in multiple languages with the iPhone camera. It is also a quite handy app for travelers and business people who travel around the world frequently. It works as simple as one can imagine. By pointing the iPhone camera to a word you can make this app instantly define the word and translate it to the language you want. Yes, users don’t have to capture the word, just by pointing the camera, this app recognizes the word and shows the results instantly.

Worldictionary - Easy App for Instant Translation

Worldictionary really impresses me, so I want to share at least some of its key features. This app can work among many languages, ranging from: Traditional Chinese, English, Japanese, French, German, Spanish and so on. To increase users’ efficiency Worldictionary saves the search records and help them re-check in the future. It also has an option of selecting an image from the previously saved images of your iPhone for instant translation. It lets users integrate the app with Google, Wikipedia and YouTube to gather further information on selected words.

As Worldictionary recognizes the words in a quick time, it serves users as a translator as well as a dictionary – a handy two in one. I must admit that I have never seen this much of features in any other similar translator or dictionary apps. I would like to recommend this app for people who need to translate on the go. In my book, it scores 9 out of 10. Download the app from iTunes and make yourself free from the clutches of bulky dictionaries.

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Sung is a passionate blogger as well as a reviewer who loves reviewing iPhone and Android apps. He likes to stay tuned to grab updates on Smartphones and Tablet apart from blogging about mobile apps and tech products.
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