Enfour launches Multilingual Translator in Australia on Telstra i-mode®
Tokyo-Japan, Melbourne-Australia Thursday 26 May 2005
Today Enfour announces the official content listing of their Multilingual Translator in Australia on Telstras new i-mode® service.
Multilingual Translator is Enfours multilingual premium mobile content service and aims to assist communication in both Australia and for global travellers.
This service enables a greater freedom in communication and takes full advantage of the ubiquitous quality of the mobile handsets on the market today.
Features of Multilingual Translator:
A convenient multilingual input and multi-lingual output machine translation engine from WorldLingo for translation of single words, phrases, sentences and paragraphs. Use this anywhere and anytime for all your translation needs between English and European languages. Choose between English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Greek and Dutch for either input or output.
Translation will be provided at the touch of a button. A back translation will be often provided to compare with the original input. Accented characters will be displayed.
Multilingual Translator can accessed in Australia from Telstras Foreign Language menu and is AU$2 per month.
About Enfour Inc.
Enfour, Inc. is a Tokyo-based specialist in multilingual text handling, communications software and imaging for mobile systems. Enfour has been creating Asian language solutions, development tools and packaged software for nearly every handheld computer platform since 1994. Focusing on mobile phone development and online content, Enfour is working with smart-phone manufacturers and mobile carriers to create integrated solutions for consumers in emerging markets.
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WorldLingo, is a leading innovator and provider of translation and localization services and technology. WorldLingo continues to advance Internet translation with new technologies and features designed to provide a seamless experience for consumers. Headquartered in Nevada, WorldLingo has a rich history of innovation and today performs thousands of translations every day for business, governments and organizations around the globe.
i-mode was developed by NTT DoCoMo and first launched in Japan in February 1999. With the launch of i-mode in Australia, i-mode has now been rolled out in nine countries including France, Greece and Germany and has more than 45 million subscribers worldwide.
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