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The world’s first time translator for digital phones

The world is now home to an incredible collection of time-translators that can translate from the time of a telephone call to the time it takes a person to get from point A to point B. But the ability to speak the language of a time machine isn’t a reality for most of us.

In India, a new startup called i-Span is aiming to make that happen with its new mobile time translator app.

The app, which launched in India on Friday, is available in the Apple App Store and Google Play for iPhones and Android smartphones.

The company said it will be available in more countries, including Australia and Brazil.

The time-travel app can be used to speed up the process of getting a new phone, or for anyone in the world who is interested in travelling back in time.

The idea behind the app is to make the world a better place, but it also aims to give time-travellers a tool to be able to speak a language they don’t understand, said Srikant Kumar, CEO and co-founder of i-SPAN.

“The world is becoming a more diverse place, and people are using mobile phones and time machines to travel and experience new places.

The ability to translate time in this way is something we feel is crucial for the future of the world,” Mr Kumar said.

“The goal is to empower people who want to experience the world differently, or who are looking for a time-piece that can speed up their journey.”

The app was initially launched in New Delhi and is now available in other cities in the country.

“It’s about empowering the people who are in the way of time travel to be empowered to take part in a project that gives them the possibility of travelling back and being able to experience new experiences, such as a new city or the world of a different era,” Mr Raj said.

The startup hopes to make time travel more accessible to everyone, with a time traveller who wants to take a trip of his own to his own time, he said.

“Our goal is that everyone in the region can be a time traveler, not just those who are a time travelers themselves,” Mr Sharma said.

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