With available technology like iTranslateVoice, any employee or individual can instantly translate spoken foreign dialect, whether or not they’ve learned any other language.                                                                            Accordingly, companies needn’t be overly concerned about hiring bi-lingual candidates these days, though some might opt for that flesh and blood individual to whom their clients/customers might better relate, or those with whom they share common origin or experiences.

Bi-lingual employees don’t typically know or speak every language that they might encounter. The noted technology could, however; and utilization of voice and language translation apps could make for more effective communication between or amongst companies and their foreign or foreign-speaking clientele…

This technology can even be utilized in ESL classrooms to facilitate learning for foreign students, who are frequently amongst those who score poorly on standardized tests due to language barriers. Course material and tests could be translated into students’ native languages by use of this technology. This would also allow educators to accurately assess where ESL students are while helping them to learn the English language.

Vocal language translation apps could enable verbal communication between or amongst foreign groups, and facilitate and become a vital and indispensable component of business, education, and social and public service processes, including law enforcement.