Translator

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  1. Sun King

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    Do you know of a translator that will keep operating ?

    In google on a pc I can get into a Greek pixmania account and go from page to page translating into English as I go.

    Is it possible on an iPad ? ....thank you.
     
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    No replies so far , I'll take that as a no then.:(
     
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    Have you tried using Google the same way from your iPad?
     
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    Yes it does one page only , when you go to the next page it stays in the original language
     
    #4 Sun King, Jun 13, 2012
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    Try one of the other available browsers.
     
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    You can use the Google Search app. Go to apps and choose Translate. Paste (or enter) the URL into to the text box (I just copied one from the Safari URL box). Choose the language. Tap the Search icon.

    In my tests, the links that worked at all, the pages stayed translated as long as you don't kill the extra translate bar at the top of the page. Occasionally hitting a link will result in a popup menu asking if you want the page in English, the current feed, or want to offer a better translation.

    Other than that, it worked well enough. Well I think it did. Since I don't read Esperanto (the language I tested) I've no idea how the actual translations were; but the pages were translated.
     
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