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Let TextGenie Tranlate Texts into Plain English for You

on August 22, 2012 10:03 am

If you receive text messages full of words like “ilbl8″ or “wdymbt”,  you probably feel like you need a translator.  (They mean “I’ll be late” and “what do you mean by that”.)  TextGenie is an Android app that can translate messages as you receive them, using the built-in dictionary of 1500 texting terms.  You’ll be able to add new terms to your dictionary, too.  This app will access your SMS and phone services and your contacts.  The app is $1.16 in the Google Play Store.

Comments

  1. 1
    Byron says:

    Pwtatm.

    Let’s see if it can figure that one out

  2. 2
    Bob DeLoyd says:

    @Byron
    Pay with the ATM?
    Just my guess :)

  3. 3
    Byron says:

    Hello Bob

    That’s a good one, but that’s not what it says

  4. 4
    Bob DeLoyd says:

    Dang!
    Hint hint hint????

  5. 5
    Bob DeLoyd says:

    Okay Byron I had a chance to sleep on it and this is what I came up with, but I really think you wanted the TextGenie to do it, but I love a puzzle:

    Problem With Transportation At The Moment

    I don’t do text messages, is this one quite common?

  6. 6
    Julie says:

    I’ve never seen this one…

  7. 7
    Byron says:

    Pwtatm.

    People Who Text Are Total Morons.

    My opinion, I think texting and Facebook are the biggest waste of
    time ever created by the mind of man, and one of the most dangerous (car accidents, jobs lost, identities stolen).
    in my opinion.

  8. 8
    Jay says:

    Facepalm

  9. 9
    Bob DeLoyd says:

    Well Byron, I think my “Problem With Transportation At The Moment” is much more useful to texters :P

    PWTATM

  10. 10
    Byron says:

    Touch’e

  11. 11
    Bob DeLoyd says:

    @Byron
    Thanks!
    You’re a Good sport, and it was a challenge figuring it out :)

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