Lang BridgeApp Breaks the Language Barrier in Social Networking

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A new wave in social networking; the long days of copying and pasting words to send translated text messages are over. What does this means for the future of communication?

Now that the language barrier is out of the way, we're going to witness the world come together like never before.

Two weeks ago, Lang BridgeApp, Inc. debuted its new messenger app that features real-time language translation. The app not only breaks the language barrier, but also gives relief to the many who suffer the inconvenience and time consuming efforts of copying and pasting words from various sources to send out text messages to others of a different language: On average, it takes 10 minutes or more to copy, paste, and send a single translated text message through a chat app.

"In this new age, social networking is the backbone of communication so we're excited to bring this powerful tool to the world," said Lang BridgeApp's Founder, Terry Moss. "Now that the language barrier is out of the way, we're going to witness the world come together like never before."

Lang BridgeApp currently supports 45 different languages and has the communication outreach of 140 countries. Its automatic translation functionality let's users send text messages in 'their' native languages as the recipients instantly receive it in theirs. Likewise, its "Huddle Messaging" feature provides real-time translation on a group-messaging platform.

Lang BridgeApp is now available for Android devices at the Google Play Store and its iOS version is expected to be released in early May 2015.

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Gregory Williams
Lang BridgeApp, Inc.
1(786) 531-7937
Info(at)thelangbridgeapp(dot)com

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