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Apimac intros line of language translation apps for iPhone

updated 11:35 pm EDT, Tue October 27, 2009

Apimac dictionaries translate to Spanish, Italian

Apimac has introduced a new line of translation dictionaries for the iPhone and iPod touch. The Apimac apps come in three different versions, English - German, English - Spanish, and English - Italian. Each app provides necessary tools for searching both words and phrases, while delivering an up-to-date dictionary with grammatical notes and a phrase book holding thousands of English phrases and translations.

Other features include a business dictionary which is designed to help users with composing commercial letters, sending e-mails, or making professional phone calls. The software does not require an Internet connection to work, as the majority of the information is locally stored on the iPhone or iPod touch after downloading. Features such as image or reference searching and online translation, however, do require a network connection.

Each program is compatible with iPhone firmware v2.2.1 or higher and can be purchased from the App Store for $3.




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  1. climacs

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    wordreference.com

    has a free iPhone app. Not as fully featured as Apimac's, but it does a lot and it is FREE

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