Have you ever found yourself in a dilemma by a loss of words when trying to communicate in writing with someone who speaks a different language? Have you ever wondered what that foreign word meant? Have you wanted to reply or post to a friend’ s social page but couldn’t because of a language barrier?
Let’s put an end to that pain in your mind. Kywix introduces Babilia HD. The Kywix team has been working hard to develop an integrated translator using Bing services. Not only does it do core translations, but it can also translate your downloaded files from iTunes or Dropbox. Take a look at its feature set.
Babilia HD appeals to every kind of translator user. The traveler, the students who needs to expand their foreign vocabulary and the social user who has friends and acquaintances that speak a different language. When you use Babilia HD you will never be lost in translation again.
Using a translator to communicate is a great asset, as long as what you are translating does not become a social gaffe. Translating the word “hot” from English, which is meant meaning temperature into Italian, translates to “turned on”. Babilia HD recognizes words or phrases that might be a potential social faux pas based on your target language and then gives a suggestion on what would be acceptable.
January 6th 2011 - Kywix updated Babilia HD to version 1.1. Press Release.
November 8th 2010 - Kywix introduce Babilia HD to the masses. Press Release.
November 2010, WordNik adds Babilia HD to favorite apps. The word of the moment in Babilia HD leverages Wordnik engine, one of the most flexiable and open meaning-engine of its kind on the market.
November 2010, App Shopper adds Babilia HD to its catalog.
November 2010, PadGadget reports that Babilia HD jumped from its initial ranking at position #169 to #88 in two days!
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November Babilia HD score card released. Take a look at it.