New Release By Interlecta

Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria (PressExposure) July 31, 2009 -- The product is a Text Translator for BlackBerry and was published on RIM's online store last week. Hundreds of users have downloaded the new software just for the first several days. This is Interlecta's first release on App World.

The hard work of Interlecta's development team resulted in a new text translator which was released on App World last week. The application can be marked as a success as there have been registered hundreds of downloads just for the first several days.

The target users for the new Text Translator are travellers and business people who need to lead and translate their correspondence on the go, so Interlecta have combined the features of several of their translators to make this one even more functional than the rest of their applications. This new application translates text on the BlackBerry's screen as well as incoming and outgoing text messages and emails, and according to the users' reviews on RIM's on-line store for applications, the light interface makes the software very easy to use.

At the moment the Text Translator is available for BlackBerry Bold and Curve 8900 but it is expected that Interlecta will release a version compatible with all other models very soon.

Other applications that have recently been talked about are Interlecta's translation add-on for Mozilla, Moztrans, and their social network applications Space Translated and Interlecta Text Translator which give users the chance to communicate freely with friends around the world without having to use a foreign language.

About Interlecta

As well as for BlackBerry phones, Interlecta develop translation applications for J2ME, Windows Mobile, Symbian and Android platforms. The field of their research and development efforts includes translators for chat environments, desktop, web and social networks. Other features of their software applications include TTS (text-to-speech) and OCR (optical character recognition) – translation of text from images captured with the cell phone's camera.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 31, 2009 at 3:09 am
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