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  1. jjthetraveler

    jjthetraveler New Member

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    I have purchased two different translation apps and neither one has the ability to translate an english word or saying into what the word should look like using the english alphabet so you can pronounce the word. Like English to Chinese comes up with chinese letters. Does anyone know of a translator app that will do this?
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    translate.google.com
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    he said app, translate.google.com isnt a app right? Btw i need a app like this too, any one that works offline?
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    Hmmm...offline(I need one too). I don't know of one either. AppBox needs wifi.
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    dammmm should've said so earlier... just spent 99 cents.
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    oo cool thanks man
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    btw are all things in appbox require wifi?
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    first one is english-chinease anything universal?
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    first one is english-chinease anything universal?
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    spoonforknife Retired Moderator

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    Just check AppBox, because you clearly have it. Things like flashlight probably don't require an internet connection, but most of the conversion services probably do. If you want an offline universal dictionary, the database is going to be gigantic. I don't think any developer in their right mind has created anything like that.
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