New translator app makes sense of foreign-language food menus

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Michael Grant
Local time: 01:39
Japanese to English
Not very useful for non-romanized menus/languages... Sep 12, 2011

How would you use this for a Japanese, Chinese, Korean, or even Russian menu if there is no romanized version of the menu?
How would someone without a kanji or hangul or cyrillic-capable keyboard enter menu items for these languages?

The developers of this app really should be more specific about what languages are actually supported...not every language uses the roman alphabet...

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