**This version supports Android 2.3 through Android 4.4.2 KitKat and above. Changes in Android KitKat only allow one application to access the SMS database. If you wish to use the automatic inline translation of incoming SMS messages please set SMSTranslator to the default SMS app. ****
Type or speak your messages.
Text to speech of messages for 16 languages, saves to a library for listening and training. You can create your own custom library of phrases that are relevant to you and not be limited to pre-canned expressions.
Now includes an auto-translate option under Options. When selected, all incoming SMS messages will be automatically translated and appended to the bottom of the original message
Now includes speech to text! Speak your message instead of typing. Speech to text will use the language you have set as your language in the options.
Language Training! Use Rosetta-stone like functionality for any phrases saved in your library! To use just press and hold the phrase and press 'Practice'. Practice until you sound like a native! Supports Catalan, Danish, English, Spanish, Finnish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, and Chinese.
Use Bing or Google for translation.
Over 40 languages supported for translating to and from.
If you have received a large SMS message and are having trouble translating it using the Google Service, try using Bing or the Google Beta service. Bing is probably the best choice as an alternative as the Google Beta is limited on the amount of requests perday
Conversation thread to easily keep track of the messages from within the application.
The app only uses the existing SMS database unlike other apps so there is no separate copies of the messages floating around eating up your disk space.
Only SMSTranslator verified for CMWAP!
Full integration with Contacts list.
Localilzed now to support:
Spanish - US
Please let us know ([email protected]) if any of the translations could be better or are just plain wrong!
I created this application when I moved to Beijing back in 2010 as a way to help myself get around. I hope that it proves useful to everyone. Thanks to everyone for the great feedback via email and on the comments!