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A Universal Translator - Review of the SayHi App

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posted on Aug, 13 2014 @ 06:34 AM
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Ever since C-3PO - trained in over a thousand different languages - was able to instantly translate from one language to the next, I have been on a quest for something similar for myself.

Well, this day has arrived, and for only $1.99.

Previously, the closest thing I found was "Translator" by iHandy - this program did allow for English to said language spoken conversion, but not the other way around.



SayHi has a much better interface and delivers on both ends.

You press the English button and then speak English and it prints out your sentence in English and Spanish. Then you pass it to your friend, who presses the Spanish button and visa versa. This is an actual screen-shot from my own product testing.

What excites me about this App is that it really does deliver the entire universal translator package. I found it by accident on the back pages of Google. Lowering the language barrier is a great thing, I highly recommend it for $2.00 in the iStore.
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posted on Aug, 13 2014 @ 07:04 AM
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a reply to: darkbake

The App Called "Quick Translator" is Free and Works Just as Well. Stop Spending Money of This B.S.



posted on Aug, 13 2014 @ 07:08 AM
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a reply to: darkbake

There is an app called google translate that you can get from the play store that is free and it works in both directions all you have to do is press the button to go back and forth between the languages you have chosen. There is so much that I could talk about on this subject you probably wouldn't believe my claim, but the design for the protocols on this program was designed back in about 2000 by an absolute genius, it is easy to use and it works with many languages.



posted on Aug, 13 2014 @ 07:21 AM
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a reply to: SirKonstantin

Thanks Sir K!

I just downloaded it.
Much appreciated for the information.

This is so cool!

From now on I shall chat with my friends in Danish!
They won't understand me though, lol.


But it's nice to be able to translate things for free.



posted on Aug, 13 2014 @ 09:03 AM
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a reply to: Rainbowresidue

Always There to Help!
I had a blast with it. Its basic language, like - it wont pick up the different cultural slang, very str8 forward.
Have Fun!



posted on Aug, 15 2014 @ 06:21 PM
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a reply to: SirKonstantin

Thanks for the information about the free translator, it's always good to have that kind of intel. I will have to check it out as well.
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originally posted by: DonVoigt
a reply to: darkbake

There is so much that I could talk about on this subject you probably wouldn't believe my claim, but the design for the protocols on this program was designed back in about 2000 by an absolute genius, it is easy to use and it works with many languages.


What do you know about this subject? You seem to have something interesting to add onto an otherwise somewhat dry topic. I'm always interested in learning more.
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posted on Aug, 15 2014 @ 08:05 PM
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a reply to: darkbake

There was this guy back in Feb. 2001, who filed those protocol designs with the U.S. patent office under what are called "disclosure rights" , he was issued a letter from the U.S. patent office with a yellow sticker with a bar code on it recognizing him as the designer of these protocols. This guy did his due diligence in persuing companies to help him to develop the actual product. After being rejected by many companies, after showing his protocol designs, after a period of time which is 2 years which is the limit of time placed on disclosure rights. Mysteriously a company called Voxtech, not sure I spelled that right, brought to market a device known as the phraselator with the exact designs that were filed under this guy's disclosure rights design. As time went by and this guy spoke to a number of different patent attorneys, and was told by every attorney that he spoke to that they would have to take on DARPA in a court of law and that even if he was right with the evidence he had that they would probably just back date documents proving him wrong. This guy was told that you in all reality can't win against the government,. Because of all of these things happening to this guy, this guy gave up hope, gave up on humanity, and gave up on his creativity. Now he spends his days playing the lottery in the hope that God will make it up to him one day.



posted on Aug, 16 2014 @ 01:45 AM
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a reply to: DonVoigt

I believe you, I have a small business I run with a friend that works with cutting-edge technology in the fusion sector. We have talked to a lot of people who have been in similar situations when it comes to technology and business.

There are people who have really good ideas that aren't taken seriously by the bureaucrats, and there are other people (sometimes the same ones) whose ideas mysteriously show up across the playing field at another company, or in nearby government work.
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