ClickIVO is an easy to use translation and dictionary software with instant single click activation.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:03 Size 10581 kb Licence Freeware Status Minor Update Languages English OS Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista Homepage clickivo.com Author Cem Topuz
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* With ClickIVO, you don't have to worry about unnecessary typing and copy/paste.
* Click any word you can see on your screen to get an immediate translation of that word to the language that you know and understand.
* It uses an advanced on-screen engine that has the ability to recognize texts and capture them under the mouse pointer.
* It works with your web browser, any email account, office application, IM client, and virtually, any Windows application.
* It uses text to speech technology that allows you to hear the clear pronunciation of words.
* You can use it anywhere. No need to go online.
* Smart Dictionary - translations to and from any language for example: Chinese to French, French to Turkish and more.
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* It can translate texts from one language to another. For example, Spanish to German and vice versa.
* It gives you the advantage of not needing a translator anymore.
* It is user friendly. Easy to manipulate. Short tags: encyclopedia, french english dictionary, clickivo, english french dictionary, free dictionary, translation software, flexdict, single click activation, babylon Find last version of ClickIVO
Free Download ClickIVO 1.0.1 from clickivo.com
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