DoCoMo Japan has introduced an app to translate text messages

NTT DoCoMo Concier

NTT DoCoMo has launched the mail translation app, which is free to use, for the Android devices to break the language barrier.

The app is “Mail Honyaku Concier” (honyaku means “translation” in Nihongo, while that last word is a play on “concierge”) is an app that will help the users to translate the text in the mail and SNS into different languages. This app is available for both the smartphones and tablets operating on Android 2.2 or above. It has compatibility with the keyboard as well as voice input for text.

[hana-code-insert name=’StumbleUpon’ /][hana-code-insert name=’Reddit’ /]Japanese, English, Chinese and Korean languages are supported for this app yet and users can get translations with a simple press of button.

Via: Engadget, Gadget Tsushin Source: NTTDoCoMo

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