People who travel abroad regularly could benefit from the decision to trade-in a mobile and upgrade to the iPhone 4 the next time they are stuck for how to speak in another language.<br/><br/>The Daily Mail reports a new app has been released that translates vocabulary literally while a consumer watches.<br/><br/>WordLens takes advantage of the model's built-in camera to scan words and offer direct translations at the touch of a button.<br/><br/>For now, the app works only in Spanish, but developers are expected to roll out updates to incorporate numerous other native tongues.<br/><br/>As well as common phrases and questions, the tool can also be put to use on signs and instructions, which could be invaluable when in a foreign country.<br/><br/>The camera is fixed to switch any words to another language as soon as they are scanned into it.<br/><br/>Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver recently suggested apps are "more brilliant" than books, T3 reported.<br/><br/>Posted by Claire Marshall<img alt="ADNFCR-2155-ID-800299573-ADNFCR" src="http://feeds.directnews.co.uk/feedtrack/justcopyright.gif?feedid=2155&itemid=800299573" /><br /><br /><script type="text/javascript" language="javascript" src="http://feeds.directnews.co.uk/client_includes/bookmarking/bookmarks.js"> </script>

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