Haitian Creole available for Interlecta Translator (RIM/BlackBerry App World)

Haitian Creole for Interlecta Translator

Haitian Creole is now available for testing on Interlecta Translator for BlackBerry, downloadable at RIM’s App World application store.

Just couple of hours ago we have finished the first testing version of the new functionality of our BlackBerry application – Haitian Creole.

I have to admit that recently I’ve been talking with quite few people about our initiative to provide Haitian Creole, and especially Marian Douglas-Ungaro. We spent last several days looking for the best technologies to combine to bring that new feature to life, and finally today late in the afternoon we’ve managed to get the first translation on my BlackBerry from Engliush toHaitian Creole.

I don’t know how many people will download this and use it and how many of them will be doing anything in Haiti, but I’m glad that are able to provide that service. And not only that, we are the first company to offer that kind of software for BlackBerry.

The product, Interlecta Translator with Haitian Creole, is available for download at App World. There’s 7 days free to try download, but for some regions and countries it is available for free – just open App World on your BlackBerry and do a search for Interlecta to find out.

PLEASE, HELP US SPREAD THE WORD.

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Interlecta featured on App World

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Our product for BlackBerry was promoted as a featured application on RIM/BlackBerry App World, check this out – App World – Webstore. Currently we are getting about 300 downloads every hour – couple tousands of downloads just for today. I’m excited about it.20091002-2118_InterlectaAppWorld_2001_crop364x242

UPDATE: We were getting over 10000download every day, it seamed that people really liked it.

Opened GoogleCode account for prototypes

I decided to share my prototypes at GoogleCode. The page is located at http://code.google.com/p/boyanov/.

I was looking for a place to store some of the code that I write from time to time. I needed something reliable that is free and that will last for longer. There are may hosting services offering storage for open source projects, like SourceForge, and they all have their pro’s and cons’. The features I was looking for were: source code repository; download facility; content management. I found GoogleCode quite convenient and convincing, so I decided to create a page there.

Another reason to make that choice was that there is offered Mercurial version control, I thought that it is time to start using on of the distributed version control system.