Speechless? Never Again Thanks to the New bab.la Mobile Dictionary

The bab.la language portal introduces a new service which allows user to access more than one million translations with their cell phones.

Hamburg, Germany, September 17, 2008 --(PR.com)-- The bab.la language portal launches a mobile dictionary, accessible at http://babla.mobi/. Users can search over one million translations in eleven different languages, for free, and from their cell phone.

This new service – specifically designed for mobile use – closes an existing gap. Holiday and business travelers often encounter embarrassing communication problems. "Up to now, travelers used a language computer, installed special software on their cell phones, or else, carried a paper dictionary along", says Andreas Schroeter, Managing Director at bab.la. babla.mobi offers a fast access and is optimized for all mobile devices. "Our mobile version is easy to use, accessible from anywhere, and free of charge: no more expensive language computers, no more complicated installations, no more carrying around heavy dictionaries."

babla.mobi currently offers translations in eleven languages, including Spanish, Chinese, French and German. iPhone users can access this great new service at http://babla.mobi/iphone/, a specific iPhone version.

About bab.la
bab.la (http://bab.la/) is an interactive language portal offering online dictionaries, language-learning quizzes and games. Currently it provides translations, quizzes and games in eleven different languages (English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian, Romanian and Turkish). Users have contributed thousands of words and quizzes to the wiki-style language website. bab.la was founded in 2007 by Andreas Schroeter, Thomas Schroeter and Patrick Uecker.

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Andreas Schroeter
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