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TUSUR students coin Ru-De Phrasebook Pro mobile app

9 Jun '12
Students of Tomsk University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics (TUSUR) have created new Russian-German Ru-De Phrasebook Pro mobile application for Android-based smartphones, Tomsk Obzor reports.

The product was reportedly created as part of Mobile Applications project training.

The application does not require Internet connection, thus enabling users to save on roaming and traffic during travel. Phrases in the vocabulary are sorted into categories, making search easier. The application also has a phrase voicing system and other useful functions.

Earlier in the Mobile Applications training program, TUSUR made its first product, Ru-En Phrasebook Lite for Russian-English translation. A month ago the application was offered through an official Google store, play.google.com. To date, users can enjoy its professional (advanced) version with extended functions. The application is one of the 12 new paid popular applications presented in Google Play.
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Locations: Tomsk

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