looking for an app

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  1. jonnotjohn

    jonnotjohn New Member

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    im going tomorrow to get either a droid or and iphone, so far the driod is winning but what i want that iphone has is a language translater app. does the droid have these apps? and i mean correct translation not just a translation for each individual word so that if i say it it makes no sense to who im trying to talk to
     
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    nah, i want the droid it would be nice to have it since i work in the medical field in arizona and i havent spoken more then a paragraph to my fiancee's spanish speaking mother in he last two years lol
     
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    I just searched the Market and found dozens of translators. There were many that went english to spanish.
     
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    The app "Talk to me" is great for that.
     
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    I use Google Translate. Has support for many languages and you can even install a plug-in to have it speak the text in the new language.