Augmented reality app Word Lens comes to Android for on-the-fly translations

Augmented reality app Word Lens comes to Android for on-the-fly translations

It’s been wowing Apple iOS users for some time, and now the fabulously futuristic Word Lens augmented reality app has arrived on the Android platform.

The smarty-pants app translates signs, newspapers, menus, and any other printed material from one language to another in real-time.

The app can currently translate English, Spanish and French signs in either direction, and requires no network connection.

Purchasers of the £2.99 ($4.99) app get one language pack lobbed in, with additional packs available for an additional fee.

[Google Play via Quest Visual]

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