Talk2All: A new app that promises to break the language barrier

Talk2All: A new app that promises to break the language barrier

India Blooms News Service | 09 Aug 2017

Austin, Aug 9 (IBNS): A language application (app) on Android called Talk2All promises to break the language barrier by translating nearly 104 languages in real time.

The Talk2All app has been developed by designed by a double majored electrical/electronics engineer, Sharat Musham, trained at Osmania University and University of Texas in Dallas.

It has been designed to provide user interaction with an intuitive interface.

The app is expected to be especially useful for those seeking medical help where the help seeker and giver speak different languages.

Besides, travel agents, sales and banking personnel, flight attendants, paralegals and social workers are also likely to benefit from this instant translation tool.

Talk2All uses intelligent algorithms for both text and voice translations enabling the users speaking different languages to communicate with each other.

Talk2All provides an innovative way of enabling speech synthesis during active voice call, thus enabling users with speech difficulties make phone calls.

In addition to the speech synthesis, Talk2All provides chat, SMS and voice call capabilities while translating the message real-time into the respective chosen languages.

Currently awaiting approval from US Patent and Trademark Office for the app, Musham is almost ready to operationalize it also for Apple users.

Talk2All: A new app that promises to break the language barrier

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