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Instantly Noodle Oriental Languages Ability With TS Translator Mobile App [Sponsored Post]



This post was brought to you by Time Space System, creator of TS Translator.

Don’t find yourself lost for words while in the Far East on business, taking a tour or visiting relatives — just download TS Translator app onto your iPhone or iPad, select a phrase and allow your tablet to do your talking for you. It’s as quick and easy as instant noodles!

Hey Mister Chef, what’s cooking? — translated.

TS Translator by Korean developer Time Space System is a simple 2-way translator app that handles Oriental languages such as Korean, Japanese, standard Chinese, Thai, Indonesian, and Vietnamese — as well as English, French, German and Spanish.

The app contains 60,000 searchable expressions in twelve conversation categories placed in familiar travel settings — airport, restaurant, shopping and so on. The expressions are customizable by inserting replaceable words.

Once translated, show your Korean, Vietnamese or Chinese friend your mobile screen or get your device to utter your sentence for you: the app pronounces what you want to say in a selection of native voices. If necessary, slow down your translated message for better clarity using the playback speed control function.

You can also send your translations to Oriental associates by in-app e-mail function.

TS Translator is a perfect mobile resource for your travels in the Far East.

The app is also a useful educational resource for learning any of its ten languages.

TS Translator is rated a top travel app for Android on Google Play. The iOS app is available free to download on the Apple App Store.


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