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Word Lens lets you point your phone at words and translate them on screen, either from English to another language or vice versa. The available languages are German, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, and Russian. I’ve been pointing my phone at books all over my study and it’s pretty good, and definitely cool.
Once you download the app, click the world map and you’ll see language packs that are also available. You’ll have to download them too, but for the time being they’re also free.
There’s no word on how long the application and the language packs will be free, so if it’s something you’d be interested in I’d act soon.
Hey, they’re more useful than Esperanto.
This seems appropriate, given R. Talsorian’s sale on their games. It’s very Cyberpunk.