GlyphViewer

Version: 1.0.17 || Release Date: 2013-12-31 || License: Shareware ($99) Developer: Glyph Soft LLC | App Owner: glyphsoft

GlyphViewer allows users to build translations from images.

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words; With GlyphViewer, Even the Pictures Which are Thousands of Years Old Can Reveal their Stories.

Glyph Soft's development team is proud to present a revolutionary GlyphViewer Translation Tool for languages and letters based on symbols such as Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs.

When it comes to this intriguing application the development team has to point out the two fantastic things.

The first one is related to the amazing opportunity not only to translate the Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs, but also to use over 1,000 symbols for creating your own words. It almost looks unreal to translate words from and into Egyptian Hieroglyphs with ease. The translated work can be exported to both image and HTML format.

The second option which deserves the full attention is the possibility to translate and publish directly the text which is the integral part of a certain picture. Remember how troubling and time consuming it is to manually type the words from a picture that need to be translated? Forget about this trouble, with GlyphViewer, users will never have to bother with it again. The Public Library section of http://www.2glyph.com contains some of the very interesting and indicative examples.

Users should also be aware of the amazing opportunities this application offers for the expenditure of ones business. Users of the application will be able to deliver their message from the certain text within an image on their site to the different countries and various cultures.

GlyphViewer is equally opened for both amateur enthusiasts and hard-working professional translators. This fantastic tool can provide users with fantastic opportunities to enjoy in their passions in one completely new way, or to earn more in easier and reliable translation work. Let us not forget to emphasize the fact that it's users do not have to be an IT professional to create the complex html data.

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