Tag Archive: Languages


How to Add & Switch Languages in Mac OS X

Nearly all Mac users run OS X in their primary language and mother tongue, but for polyglots and those aiming to be bilingual or trilingual, adding multiple new languages to Mac OS X can have obvious benefits. We’ll show you how to add a new language and how to change to that new language, which … Read More

iOS 8.3 is out with racially diverse emoji, new Siri languages, and more

Apple released the third major update for iOS 8 today with the public launch of iOS 8.3, which brings a host of new features to iPhones and iPads. The iOS 8.3 update is available as an over-the-air update, or via… Read more ›

Siri speaks 7 new languages in iOS 8.3

Apple’s second iOS 8.3 beta, which was pushed out to registered developers on Monday ahead of a public release later this year, enables Siri to speak seven new languages, testers have found. It also brings more performance improvements for older iOS devices… Read more ›

This iOS 8 keyboard translates your texts into other languages as you type

From Klingon to GIF-based keyboards, we’re seeing some really interesting examples of new third-party keyboards with iOS 8. Here’s a particularly exciting one, though: a keyboard which translates messages into other languages as you type. It does the opposite, too,… Read more ›

Mailbox gets a bunch of new features and support for 19 languages

Mailbox, the beloved email app owned by Dropbox, received a pretty big update today in the App Store. As the Mac beta of Mailbox continues to roll out slowly, the app is maturing on iOS. 19 languages are now supported by… Read more ›

Translate Words & Phrases from Foreign Languages with iPhone & Word Lens

Have you ever been somewhere with something written in a foreign language and wondered what the heck it said in your own language? Or, have you ever looked at a sign, book, or printed text somewhere, and wished you could instantly translate that something into the language of your choice? With your iPhone and the … Read More

iTranslate is the easiest way to translate over 80 languages on the Mac

iTranslate has been one of the most popular language tools on iOS for a long time, and today it comes to the Mac. With support for over 80 languages, voice output to help with pronunciation, and a clean menubar app… Read more ›

Get The Complete Beginner’s Guide To Programming Languages [Deals]

CoM-Coding-DummiesA lot has been said about the importance of learning to code – the importance that everyone learn to code. What seemed to be somewhat of a ridiculous suggestion only a few years ago has really gained steam as a great idea in recent months. But where do you find time to learn how to […]

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iTranslate Voice Updated With Refreshed Design, More Languages, And AirTranslate

img7-large-2xiTranslate Voice has been the premiere language translation app in the App Store for awhile. Apple even featured it as one of the best apps of 2012. Today Sonico Mobile, the company behind iTranslate, has released version 2.0 of the app with additional languages, a polished design, and a slick multi-lingual communication tool called AirTranslate. […]

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Languages Might Be The Best Translation App Money Can Buy [Review]

Chances are you’ve heard of the popular app iTranslate Voice that made a splash when it landed on the App Store earlier this year. iTranslate voice made it easy to quickly translate phrases and sentences, right on your iPhone.

Well, the folks at Tapity and Sonico Mobile haven’t been standing still, releasing a brand new app today called Languages that builds on the foundation of iTranslate Voice. I’ve been testing it out  [Read More…]