Link Translations Announces an App no Traveler Should Be Without
December 18, 2012 --
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 18, 2012
Having a dictionary app or an online translator is all good and well for languages that can be typed in your browser, but what happens when faced with a road sign in Greek, a drinks menu in Russian or a food wrapper in Ukrainian? A dictionary is not going to be much help there - this is where Ling comes in. This simple app allows the user to take a photo of any text and then submit it for a free, quick translation.
Ling combines a powerful Optical Character Recognition solution with an on-line translation tool allowing your iPhone to translate the image data it receives from its camera into recognizable text in 32 languages and provides real-time translation of the resulting text.
The accuracy of Ling improves with the quality of the image used in the OCR and translation process. Making sure to get a clear image of the text, isolating it using the in-app crop function so as to focus on only what needs to be translated would make Ling a powerful and reliable companion.
"Ling is completely free to use and backed by a professional linguistic company, Link Translations. During your travels, if you ever feel like you need more in terms of linguistic assistance, you may, with a simple tap, contact our offices and use our telephonic translation service which can connect you to a linguist within seconds in over 180 languages - 24 hours a day, seven days a week." said Evren Ay, President of Link Translations, Inc.
Ling may be downloaded from within Link Translations' web site (http://www.link-translations.com/ling.html) or through the App Store by searching for "Ling Translate".
Link Translations is a global translation and interpretation agency headquartered in New York, serving a wide variety of clients such as individuals, law firms, arbitrators, hospitals, private corporations and government agencies providing translation, software localization, interpretation, and apostille services in all languages since 1995. http://www.link-translations.com
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