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Translate any application on your SpringBoard into any specified language (or based upon global settings) on the fly. Developers are not always keen or capable of translating each and every...
11-23-2011, 02:00 PM #1
Translate Any Application in Real-Time with Auto AppTranslate
Translate any application on your SpringBoard into any specified language (or based upon global settings) on the fly.
Developers are not always keen or capable of translating each and every component of their application(s) into the many different languages out there. Unless they have access to language translations or know the language(s) off-hand, it's not an easy task! Auto AppTranslate gives you the capability to do it yourself; the jailbreak community saves the day!
Located on your SpringBoard, enter the application to have access to a number of different toggles you can use at your disposal. Auto AppTranslate is able to work in three different conditions:
- Prompt for Translation - confirmation before translating when launching an application
- Auto Translate - will translate each and every time the application is opened
- Real-Time Translation - If the application doesn't support the language of the device, it will translate the text in real-time as it appears on your screen
Make sure to kill an application from the background before making any change(s) to it in Auto AppTranslate. Otherwise, the new change(s) will not be applied until you do so.
It's available on Cydia now and is compatible on all devices running iOS 4+.
Name: Auto AppTranslate
Author: Yaniv Danan (hacx)
Note: The list of languages supported are available in the Cydia description of Auto AppTranslate.
Source: Yaniv Danan
Last edited by Joshua Tucker; 11-23-2011 at 04:25 PM.
11-23-2011, 04:15 PM #2
By the way, it's auto apptranslate.
Last edited by bplayabball; 11-23-2011 at 04:17 PM.
11-24-2011, 10:48 PM #3
Can it translate japanese to english? Can't seem to work for me.