S-Translator from the Samsung Galaxy S IV Ported for Rooted Jelly Bean Samsung Devices
Samsung has more and more concentrated its efforts for including very good options in terms of software, especially for its flagship devices, including in the Galaxy Note category. It is also a fact that there are developers that concentrate their efforts on Samsung devices only, offering very good options for devices owners in this category.
With its latest flagship Galaxy device, Samsung choose not only to integrate great hardware features, but also provide its own answer to some of the most popular apps for productivity and health. As such, the manufacturer presented its new S-Health option, a new and improved S-Voice assistant and the S-Translate. The latter seems like a good, though rather familiar implementation.
It’s looking like Samsung plans on providing a complete package with its devices, including options for some services usually Google offers. The S-Translate apps is capable of interpreting both text and voice and it even offers a conversation mode for when you are abroad and not familiar with the language. The its functionality is very similar to that of Google Translate for Android, some may be interested in trying the feature Samsung provides. The feature has been ported and found to work on the Galaxy S II and Note, though it could work with other devices. The installing procedure requires a rooted device for flashing the .zip package that you can download from here.