Brian Cronin a .NET application entrepreneur today announced the approval by Microsoft of his newest Windows Phone 7 App called ‘EMS Translator’ which has been designed to help assist emergency medical personal in communicating with non-English speaking patients in the field.
The EMS Translator App’s intuitive features are easy to use and contain 32 sections with 324 questions broken down into color coded units. The App’s text-to-speech modular utilizes Microsoft’s Translator – Online translation service located in the cloud which allows the device to speak fifteen different languages.
The full version of the EMS Translator App translates internally stored questions and phrases from English to Catalan, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish. The trial version will only translate from English to Russian.
The Windows Phone 7 Mango version is offered for sale by Microsoft on its windows phone website in 191 countries.