With iOS 8, video is coming to the App Store. And it’s a great opportunity for you to leverage a new marketing asset and get more engaged customers. The App Preview videos that you will be able to submit (just like you do for your screenshots) some time this fall have a very specific format. But the fact that there are constraints and limitations to what you can do doesn’t mean you can’t create a …
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English to Spanish Translator Lite
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Travel||3.2||August 26, 2017||4.55|
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Version 3.2 released on August 26, 2017
Version 3.1 released on May 26, 2017
Version 3.0 released on January 27, 2017
Version 2.9 released on March 30, 2016
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Spanish Translator is an iPhone application that TRANSLATES ENGLISH WORDS AND PHRASES TO SPANISH, accurately. So when you use the application, you can be confident that you’re saying the right thing and . No guesswork. No sign language. No confusion. Once you download this application to your iPhone, you’ll have the Spanish translation of words and phrases at your fingertips. PRIMARY FEATURES 1. TRANSLATE ANY PHRASES. Translate any phrase such as I want to exchange dollars, Take me to the airport, Can you help me etc and translate them to Spanish 2. Bookmark your FAVORITE phrases. 4. Copy and paste from the app 5. EMAIL TRANSLATED PHRASES 6. Source can include many different languages like English, French, Japanese, German, Dutch etc. 7. Internet required NEW 1. Text to Speech. Read the text version as WELL AS PLAY THE MP3 file for the translated phrase in Spanish, so you can be sure of pronunciation and meaning. 2. History of recent phrases translated. No repeat typing. With this application, you’ll have one less thing to worry about when planning a trip. So, the next time you are in Mexico, Spain or anywhere they speak Spanish you will not be lost trying to get a taxi. Max 10 queries per day on the Free - No Restriction in Paid
English to Spanish Translator Lite Ranking History | Travel
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