A Mobile App That Facilitates Cross-Language Communication

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Connectmee, a mobile chat application from Acwiron, facilitates cross-language conversations by translating text messages from any supported language to the user’s local language.

ACWIRON GLOBAL SOLUTIONS LLC

Language is the only impediment for free flow of conversation. This is precisely what we are trying to fix with Connectmee app.

Acwiron, a Michigan based Software Solutions Company, today announced plans to launch a mobile chat application that facilitates cross-language communication. Named as Connectmee, this application is aimed at promoting communications across boundaries by breaking the language barrier.

The product, which is first of its kind, not only allows users to chat in their local language by sending and viewing messages but can also share user location, organize group chat and share media files like photos/videos online.

A person using Connectmee need not know the language of the person he is communicating with. To demonstrate, when a user types his message in French and sends it to his Chinese friend, the text is translated to Chinese and displayed on his phone. The same is reversed by displaying French translation of a Chinese message. This enables cross-language communication and ensures language doesn't become an impediment in building relationships across countries.

Speaking about the app, the company spokesperson said, “Cross-language apps are the products of the future. Globalization has meant that the whole world is our backyard, people make acquaintances with people from different parts of the world and it seems language is the only impediment for free flow of conversation. This is precisely what we are trying to fix with Connectmee app.”

The translation time and accuracy of the translated text are some of the challenges the company foresees. The app initially supports most of the world’s major languages and will be extended to other languages in future releases.

Connectmee is expected to hit the market sometime early next year and will be available for Android, iPhone, Blackberry and Windows phones.

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