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Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Google Translator Widget doubles its languages, Doc2Txt converts Microsoft Word files into plain text

Google Translator Widget for Symbian, Python program Doc2Txt Microsoft Word to text file converter
Google Translator Widget

The Google Translator Widget can translate words and entire texts from and to english, french, german, spanish, portuguese, italian, chinese, finnish, japanese, and korean. The latest update adds russian, arabic, danish, latvian, polish, romanian, serbian, slovak, slovenian, ukrainian, czech, and swedish.

The source language is detected automatically. The Google Translator Widget works with Symbian S60 3rd ed. phones, and also with the touchscreens of Symbian S60 5th ed. phones like the Nokia 5800XM.

Google Translator Widget v.1.01 on Mobile Castle

The Google Translator Widget only works with a live mobile internet connection, which can be expensive when you're roaming abroad. If you'd rather have an offline dictionary, get MDictionary, or try DictionaryForMIDs, for Java, KODi, or JLearnIt.


Doc2Txt converts Microsoft Word documents (.doc files) into plain text (.txt). This can be useful if you need to edit a text on your phone without access to a mobile MS Office version, or if you need to read a .doc file that's formatted in a way that makes it unreadable on a small mobile phone screen.

If you convert .doc to .txt you'll lose all formatting, so don't throw away the original file.

You need to have Python installed on your phone to use Doc2Txt.

Doc2Txt 0.4 (english translation by Shashank1976) on Symbian Freak
Python 1.45

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