Mobile Translator : Free Online Dictionary for your Mobile Phone

Mobile Translator is an online translation and dictionary application that is optimized for mobile phones. Translate words and phrases from any web enabled mobile phone (including iPhone) as well as any mobile browser (Opera Mini). The translator currently supports 11 languages and lets you translate to and from English, Russian, French, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, Dutch, German, Spanish, Italian and Chinese.

Go to http://m.mikebrittain.com on you mobile browser, select the languages you want to translate from and to and then type in the word or phrase and click “GO”. Almost instantly you will be presented with the translation.

mobile translate dictionary   Mobile Translator : Free Online Dictionary for your Mobile Phone

Features:

  • Quickly translate words and phrases directly from your mobile phone.
  • Works from any web enabled mobile phone (incl. iPhone) and browsers.
  • Languages: English, Russian, French, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, Dutch, German, Spanish, Italian and Chinese.
  • No sign up or installation required.

Mobile Translator is web-based software and in order to use it from your device you need to have a data plan. If you don’t have a data plan but desperately need a mobile translation application than try Trippo. This small translation application claims to work on Nokia, SonyEricsson, Motorola, Samsung, LG … phones.

Go to MobileTranslator @ http://m.mikebrittain.com/tr/

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8 Comments -

Markus

Yes, Indeed! I also use one by Interlecta (interlecta.com) when I need to translate something longer.

kaly

But it is not free.

jeff

I anm using Trippo for this purpose, quality is just great and it also speaks out the sentences with around 30 languages.

catt

how about he you need to translate the whole website. What should i do?

Piter

Cool mobile translator zupermobile.com

Piter

Yes, but online translators are more functional than a standalone.

markus

I’ve tried both and the Interlecta’s one translates much better. The mobile translator gives similar to google translate output- a lot of funny nonsenses. Actually the paid thing is quite better than the the free one…

Aibek

this one requires internet connection