Michael Sherrell wrote:I'm extremely grateful for the iTravl -- it made my trip to Kazakhstan far, far easier than it would have been. In fact, I think it made several things possible that I would not have been able to arrange without it.
That said, its ability to go from Russian to English needs work. Rarely was a Russian speaker able to type anything in that could be translated to English. One example I found myself: if you type in in English, "no light in the bathroom" and translate it to Russian, and then take the Russian translation and try to translate it back to English, the iTravl cannot translate back from Russian the word it gives for the English word "bathroom".
Thanks for the message, glad you liked everything! I will submit your sentence to our development team, maybe they can take a look at why a reverse translation would cause an issue. I was told that the translation accuracy on the iTravl is upwards of 95% accurate (for Russian). This is assuming that all grammar, punctuation and spelling is correct.
Should we have any firmware updates on the product in the future with enhancements they will be available to you for free.
Thanks again for your feedback!