Jibbigo was the first offline mobile speech-to-speech translation software that allows speakers of different languages to converse together. Jibbigo was not a dictionary or a phrase book, but a direct translator: You simply talk to Jibbigo, and it translates your phrase aloud, much as a personal human interpreter would. Spanish-English Jibbigo was released in September, 2009 as the first offline Speech Translation application.
Jibbigo showed the recognition and translation in both languages so you could be sure your translation was accurate. The app was self-contained and did not rely on an internet connection to function. So there were no connection delays, no roaming charges and no disconnects!
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More press articles on Jibbigo:
Speech-to-Speech Translator iPhone App - Dr. Dobb's, 28.10.2009
Jibbigo iPhone app translates from English to Spanish and back again - engadget, 30.10.2009
Instant Translation: Jibbigo Spanish-English translator works in real time - tech crunch, 30.09.2009
New iPhone app translates English into Spanish as you speak - Macworld, 29.10.2009
iPhone Translator App Travels to Japan: My Field Test - Reuters, 24.08.2010