Our goal with myLanguage is to change the way people communicate. The only way to make this happen is to understand and document how all languages work.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) March 12, 2009
myLanguage.me, a new site dedicated to creating the best iPhone language translation application on the market, has just launched its first iPhone translator, free to all iPhone users.
While popular technologies like the telephone, airplanes, and The Internet have made the world more accessible than ever before, people are still limited by the fact there are more than 6,000 living languages. Luckily, the recently launched myLanguage.me is breaking down the frustrating language barrier with the most advanced free iPhone language translator available.
myLanguage isn't the first translator on the market, but its goal is to be the best. myLanguage strives to have the largest, most accurate database in the world, in addition to offering features that no other translator has.
myLanguage already boasts an impressive feature list, including 360-degree rotational support, a personal translation history, language/country dialect pairing, font sizes adjustment and GPS tracking amongst a myriad of others.
What separates myLanguage from other translators is that it isn't just offering translations, but also collecting data and user feedback on them. So when anyone makes a translation, they can rate how it worked or make a suggestion. myLanguage's internationally diverse team can then select and organize the data and make the necessary improvements.
Andrew Lauder, founder of myLanguage.me, said: "We started myLanguage to improve upon all translators out there, specifically focusing on what people are saying. We read all the reviews and saw what worked and what didn't. And then we looked at the negatives and said 'We are going to make it the way people want it, but we need everyone's help, in order to collect proper translations.'"
The first step towards helping people communicate, is improving upon the current language database. That is where each person around the world who uses the translator comes in; giving suggestion and rating feedback on each translation, based on the machine translation. As more and more people use myLanguage, the entries and accuracy will simultaneously increase. This will be the base for all future updates as well. Lauder hinted at the notion of creating the mythical "Universal Translator" as referred to in the sci-fi community.
Lauder stated, "Our goal with myLanguage is to change the way people communicate. The only way to make this happen is to understand and document how all languages work."
For more information, or to see a temporary video demonstration, visit http://www.mylanguage.me.
press (at) myLanguage (dot) me