Basic translation software that does exactly what is says on the tin – turns words into other words
Navita Translator Review
by on April 22, 2010
If you’ve ever found yourself in a foreign country with no idea where you are and how you got there, then chances are a translation application won’t help you very much.
But if you’re fully aware of your location and why you’re there, then you’ll probably find this much more useful.
Navita Translator was one of the original BlackBerry applications and even though it hasn’t changed much it’s still pretty handy.
The default setting is an automatic language detector than can translate into 52 other languages at the touch of a button – all you do is enter in the text and Navita scans it for you.
However, it does need a web connection, which is pretty silly as you’ll be mostly using this abroad and the translations are often a little awry.
If you’re that bothered about translating when away, we recommend you either buy a guidebook or pay for a more professional app if you want better results.
Buy this app: Download the Navita Translator app now
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