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Updated by Dana A Shannak on Mar 18, 2013
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Translation Apps for travelers

Here is a list of translation apps that can be used on smartphones for travelers.

Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/best-translation-apps-2011-3?op=1

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Google Translate

Google Translate

Google Translate has a database of 50 languages that you can translate in and out of using words, or using your device's microphone.

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Jibbigo

Jibbigo

Jibbigo is a translation app featuring an offline database of over 40,000 words that you do not need an internet connection to access.

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Interpret

Interpret

What makes Interpret great is that it not only translates in an out of 50 languages for free, but it supplements results from Google Translate with results from Bing as well.

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Interpret

Interpret

What makes Interpret great is that it not only translates in an out of 50 languages for free, but it supplements results from Google Translate with results from Bing as well.

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Ultralingua

Ultralingua

Ultralingua may cost you twenty dollars, but it goes above and beyond the call of duty.

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Tap-Translate

Tap-Translate

Tap-Translate is an incredibly unique translation app because the developers have found a way to embed a little pop-up in your Safari browser that appears any time you want a word or paragraph translated.

7

iSpeak

iSpeak

iSpeak comes in a variety of languages like the other apps, but what it offers that's different is realistic text-to-speech translations and readings.

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Linguo

Linguo

Linguo first checks its 385,000 entry database for translations, then checks online if need be. This great feature sets Linguo apart from the back, because even if you have a data connection, it's better to save battery and not use it unless it's completely necessary.

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Odyssey Translator Pro

Odyssey Translator Pro

Featuring data-free services, dynamic phrase-building, and voice translations to guide you, Odyssey is a real winner.

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Word Lens

Word Lens

All it takes is one look at the screenshot to say how incredible Word Lens is.