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January 29, 2013

Message in Any Language through Sendboo

In a world where communication has moved to rely on the mobile platform and Web-based software, the industry has begun to adopt more ways a user can engage, where it’s through social media or simply SMS products. Users can communicate with people in any hemisphere and city throughout the world, as long as they can understand the same language. However, a new innovational development from Sendboo eliminates language barrier and takes the communication opportunities users already have at hand to heightened levels.

Sendboo is a provider of communication technologies that is dedicated to remove the global communications gap by removing the language barrier. It is the only cross-platform, real-time message application that provides seamless translation into 30 languages for smartphone and tablet users.

“Sendboo is a game changer in day-to-day communications,” said Alfredo Reviati, chief executive officer and president of Sendboo. “Given widespread adoption of smartphones and the convergence of mobile and IP-based messaging, we recognized an opportunity to eliminate the language barrier that exists in communications. Sendboo offers an easy messaging solution for users seeking a better way to communicate not only with current friends and colleagues, but also with new individuals that may speak a different language. “

This app allows users to message their friends across the world in their native language and have it translated into the recipient’s language. This creates opportunities for users to foster new friendships with Sendboo’s search engine or further relationships where language had once stopped it from growing.

For people conducting business ventures overseas or with partners from a different country, Sendboo can be a vital tool in the working environment.

Sendboo currently supports all major languages including Arabic, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (Traditional), English, French, German, Hebrew, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese, among others. The application will initially be compatible with the Apple iOS mobile operating system and will become available for Android devices during the first quarter of 2013.

 For more information about the application, click here.

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Edited by Carlos Olivera

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