LanguageTool is an open-source proof reader for 25+ languages
May 14, 2017 – 05:33 | No Comment
LanguageTool is an open-source proof reader for 25+ languages

LanguageTool is an open-source spelling and grammar checker for Chrome, Firefox, the desktop (via Java) and more.
The browser extensions enable checking the text you’re entering a web text box, or any other selectable text on …

Google Translate for Android 2.7 adds PhraseBook, extends camera-input support
May 9, 2013 – 12:00 | Comments Off on Google Translate for Android 2.7 adds PhraseBook, extends camera-input support
Google Translate for Android 2.7 adds PhraseBook, extends camera-input support

Google has released Google Translate for Android 2.7, a major update of its free translation app. There’s one new feature – support for the website’s Phrasebook feature – and an extension of the app’s camera-input …

Polyglot 3000 automatically recognises the language of almost any text
June 15, 2012 – 10:54 | Comments Off on Polyglot 3000 automatically recognises the language of almost any text
Polyglot 3000 automatically recognises the language of almost any text

If you have some text which you’d like to get translated then there’s usually no need to know its language. Plenty of online services will do their best to automatically detect the language for you, …

TranslateClient 6.0.612 provides quick, fuss-free translation from within any application
April 12, 2012 – 12:22 | Comments Off on TranslateClient 6.0.612 provides quick, fuss-free translation from within any application
TranslateClient 6.0.612 provides quick, fuss-free translation from within any application

The language barrier isn’t quite the impenetrable wall it used to be. These days you can often muddle through when confronted by what appears to be a stream of gibberish in some random foreign language, …