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License:
Demo
Size:
0.17382812 KB
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Downloads:
936
Platform:
Windows All
Publisher:
ConciseFreeware(more)
Publisher's Descriptions
FoxLingo is the ultimate language tool for Firefox users. Main features of the program include web page translation, translates full web pages translated search, searches foreign pages using terms written in your language, auto translation, automatically translates web sites by recognizing their domain text translation, and translates text entered in the search box or selected on any web page.

Main Features
Web Page Translation - Translates full web pages (over 1,000 different language pairs)
Translated Search - Searches foreign pages using terms written in your language
Auto Translation - Automatically translates websites by recognizing their domain
Text Translation - Translates text entered in the search box or selected on any web page
Language Resources - Over 90 language services (encyclopedias, text-to-speech, etc.)
Ixquick - Metasearch engine with unique features, language search and complete privacy
Learning Languages - Over 100 links to language learning sites for a variety of languages
Freeware - FoxLingo is completely free and contains no adware or spyware
Complete Privacy - FoxLingo does not take any information from its users

You can download FoxLingo free here.
System Requirements
Firefox 1.5 and later, SeaMonkey 1.0 - 2.1a1pre

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