The French Lonely Planet Offline Translator
The Lonely Planet Offline Translator interface
The Lonely Planet Offline Translator's searchable dictionary
Entering names and places in the Lonely Planet Offline Translator helps the speech recognition accuracy
Lonely Planet Publications published its first travel guide in 1973 and has been giving travelers a helping hand on their journeys ever since, growing to become the largest travel guide book company in the world. In 2009, the company dropped the “Publications” from its name to reflect the move to digital products, including its website and smartphone apps. Now the company’s wide selection of city guide and phrasebook apps have been joined by a family of translator apps that allow users to obtain written and – thanks to speech recognition technology – spoken translations offline.
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