Month: July 2006

France travel plans? Try the iPod French Translator from Coolgorilla


For those of you travelling to France this year, pack your Pod with the new iPod French Translator from iPod software developers Coolgorilla.

Following on from Coolgorilla’s highly successful iPod World Cup guide, the French iPod translator is the second in a series of four applications sponsored by internet giant

The software utilises the notes function of your iPod to provide a user-friendly menu system giving access to over 800 high quality MP3’s of perfectly recorded French words and Phrases.

The product makes learning a new language fun and much easier than conventional CD language courses as individual sound files can be accessed quickly and played repeated at the click of a wheel. Together with the portability of the iPod these are really useful applications that are even being used as learning tools in schools.

Want to ask the stunning Parisian Brunette if you can buy her a drink? Easy! Simply select the phrase from the Menu in English, play the French translation and you’re away!

With 11 categories which include accommodation, travel, eating out and socialising there is also a comprehensive dictionary and separate section on grammar.

Amazingly Coolgorilla are able to offer the products to download completely free of charge thanks to who have sponsored the applications.

“We are really pleased to be working with lastminute, they are true leaders in their field and the first on-line travel company to utilise the iPod as an advertising platform in this way. As sponsors of our language packs they are ensuring that visitors to our site can continue to download these products for free.” Roy Forsdick, Managing Director, iDev Entertainment Ltd.

With Greek and Spanish ready for release in the next 3 weeks and the German version also currently available, Coolgorilla are fast becoming the leading name in iPod Software and have an additional 20 products due for release in 2006.

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