We got this feedback today from a sale to France. très beau produit,bien protégé,que du bon!!!!aaaa++++++merci!
Now I can get the basic gist of it, they are pleased, but I wanted to know more so I went to "Google Translate" http://translate.google.com/
It may default to "Spanish to English" but you can change that with the drop down box. In case you are not sure what language it is, you can also click "Detect Language" Neat!
But what is even more fun is to click the bottom left link that says "listen" You will first get some type of statement from the service, then the words in the language. Play it a second time and the intro is skipped and just the words written are spoken. Extra neat!
You can reverse this, but typing English into the box, then clicking English to your choice of languages to get the approximate translation, then listen to that as well.
One word of caution. This is a computer generated approximation of the words written. Don't use this for any delicate negotiations or you could be like a TV ad where you call the person's spouse a fish face.