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World Lens Takes Google Goggles to the Next Level, Translates On-Screen

December 17, 2010 No Comments

Much was made of Google Goggles when it launched in late-2009 with image recognition technology, followed by a translation tool about seven months ago.

But now a new mobile application called World Lens has materialised, taking the idea of text recognition and translation to another stage by showing live results, rather than having to wait for results to be returned to the device in another form.

Created by QuestVisual, World Lens currently only translates English to Spanish (and vice versa) and is available from the iTunes for a modest $4.99.

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