If there was ever an issue that the folks behind the (Disrupt audience choice winning) mobile translation app Vocre needed to address, it’s that Vocre has only ever been available for iOS users. Fortunately for you Android-using non-polyglots out there, that’s all changed — Vocre has just pushed its voice translation app into the Google Play store. → Read More
Vocre was one of the more popular battlefield companies at Disrupt SF 2011; the automagical quality of the app and their excellent on-stage presentation made them one of the frontrunners. They haven’t been idle since then, though, and they’ve taken the advice of some critics who suggested their pay-per-use model was going to turn off users.
They’re releasing a new version of the app today with… → Read More
It’s almost magical how Vocre works, speak into the app while the phone is vertical and it translates it directly, while the phone is horizontal. All users need to do is give the language and the gender of the person they’re talking to, and the app does the rest.
Vocre views its competitive landscape as Google Translate and JibbGo, holding that what it does differently is focus on… → Read More