Multilingual Speech Translation Application
VoiceTra

Communicate with the world using "VoiceTra"!

Communicate
with the world
using "VoiceTra"!

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* Data communication via the Internet is required to use the app and users are responsible for the fees incurred.

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What's new

Server Feb. 6, 2018
The following updates have been made to the server:
- Improved Japanese, Indonesian, Spanish, and French speech recognition accuracies
- Improved Korean speech synthesis quality
- Added names of Japan's World Heritage sites, National Treasures, Shinto deities, and Buddhas to the proper noun dictionary (ja, en, ko)
- Added names and titles of Japanese Cabinet Ministers to the proper noun dictionary (ja, en, zh, ko)
- More Japanese corporate names have been supported (ja, en)
Android Jan. 29, 2018
VoiceTra ver.6.5 for Android has been released.
- Speech recognition and synthesis for Chinese (Traditional) have been supported.
- Yamaha Corporation's "OMOTENASHI GUIDE" app can now be activated via VoiceTra.
ios Jan. 26, 2018
VoiceTra ver.6.1 for iOS has been released.
- Speech recognition and synthesis for Chinese (Traditional) have been supported.
- Yamaha Corporation's "OMOTENASHI GUIDE" app can now be activated via VoiceTra.

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What's VoiceTra…

Using VoiceTra

VoiceTra is a speech translation app that translates your speech into different languages. With an easy-to-use interface, you can also check whether the translation is correct.

VoiceTra translates between 31 languages *.

*Includes dialects of Chinese and Portuguese.

Download and use for free.**

**Data communication via the Internet is required to use the app and users are responsible for the fees incurred.

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Supported OS versions

iOS

8.0 or later

Android

4.1 or later

*Operation is not guaranteed for all devices running on the above OS versions.

Contact

This application utilizes speech recognition, machine translation, and speech synthesis technologies developed by the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT). Users who wish to use the technologies for commercial purposes, etc. are requested to contact NICT.

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