Snap & Translate

Snap & Translate

By Apalon Apps

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2017-08-31
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 69.28 MB
  • Developer: Apalon Apps
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
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From 283 Ratings

Description

Snap & Translate makes translation faster and easier than ever before! All you have to do is take a picture! Snap an object, let the app recognize what it is, and learn the translation. You can also take a photo of printed text and the app will scan and translate it for you in seconds! You’ll find Snap & Translate helpful in: • learning new languages by simply taking pictures of the surrounding area • navigating unfamiliar cities, airports and stations • reading menus and recipes, books and articles, instructions and manuals • communicating with foreigners in their language How the object mode works: - take a picture - see the name of the object in your photo - get the translation into the language you’ve chosen - listen to the pronunciation, copy and share the translation anywhere How the text mode works: - take a picture of printed text - see the text recognized and translated into the chosen language - listen to the pronunciation, copy and share the translation anywhere Translations are supported between 46 languages: Afrikaans, Arabic, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Haitian, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Maltese, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese, Welsh. Forget about language barriers! Enjoy a whole new way of translating the world around you! Simply Snap & Translate! EULA: http://www.apalon.com/terms_of_use.html Privacy Policy: http://apalon.com/privacy_policy.html

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Reviews

  • Not bad not good

    3
    By Gorgoalmary
    To early to tell. I'm not very impressed. It can't discern between color and object. But I'll keep plugging.
  • Excellent

    5
    By Sepi11229
    Great
  • Useless!

    1
    By Gregjp
    Snap a picture of a chair, dresser, table, desk, bookcase, sofa. The answer is always the same- "furniture". Big help!
  • Hebrew Text Translation

    1
    By Marvin @Lexington
    Hebrew text to English of a known text produced nonsense. This App is an exciting idea, however, needs more development .
  • Hit and miss - object recognition issues

    2
    By Scheisty69
    The OCR text feature works fairly well. On the other hand, object recognition leaves much to be desired. In retrospect, considering this app has perhaps a 50% success rate due to the inadequate object recognition feature, I would NOT have purchased the app for the current $1.99 price. A $0.99 price-point would more accurately depict the TRUE value-to-functionality of this app. I'm hoping that a near-future update by the developers will resolve the existing problems.
  • Very cool!

    5
    By Caseinchina
    Make sure you see the 'Text' vs. 'Object' at bottom. Once I saw that and downloaded the correct language, it worked great!
  • It knows nothing

    1
    By Dogpile436
    Can not seem to recognize anything?
  • Can't identify

    1
    By TFCDoug
    I've taken a number of pics and every one is labeled wrong.
  • In my opinion

    5
    By bandelearo
    So far this app does quite well I'm sure that it does have its limitations I speak German but there were some words that I never learned things that I never would have thought that I would need to say in German however this app has taught me new ways to say things that I used to just know one word for and some things I just never new but I'm sure it will sooner or later not be able to translate but so far very impressive well worth the price.
  • Good and not so good

    4
    By Paradise Pete
    It does a reasonably good job of translating text, even Thai writing, which not even the Google Translate app's OCR can do. The object translation, however, attempts to tell you what you're looking at but it's almost comical. A pepper grinder is described as "medicine". A water bottle on a table is described as a "room". A bag of peanuts is "no person". If you need translation of signs and text such as product packaging out in the world then this app can be helpful.

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