Automatic translators sometimes are real life-saviors, as they help us understand any text, no matter what language it's written in.
Multitranse is one of those translating applications, and one of the most completes I've seen – in terms of supported languages. Multitranse supports a total of twenty languages that you can freely combine with each other as source or target languages.
The first time you run the program you're presented with a short tutorial that shows you how easy is to use Multitranse. Then the only thing you have to do is writing the source text (or copying it from another app), selecting both the source and target languages and you're good to go.
However there's a bid downside to Multitranse and that is precisely translations themselves. I know automatic translators are far from good, but I've seen much better translations than these ones – and they're also generated by automatic apps.
Multitranse can be helpful when you need to understand the general meaning of a text written in a foreign language, but you shouldn't trust it much.
- Bug fixes