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The best translation app for iPhone, iPad and Android

You’ve got a lot of different apps for translating books, movies and games.

But the one that has caught my eye the most is The Sport Bibles translation app.

It’s a bit like the Apple Translator app on your phone, but it’s also quite useful and you can even import from other translations.

But what makes this app so useful is that it allows you to customize and personalize the way you translate text.

For example, if you’re looking for a certain term in a book, you can customize it to show the meaning of that term, and also set up a reminder so that you never forget it.

You can also get to know how your word is translated and what it means.

This is a great app for fans of sports, but if you just want to get started, there’s a few free features to help you out.

First, it has a custom font, which can be customized for each language.

Second, it’s compatible with iOS 8, and it comes with the same awesome translation engine as the Apple ProTranslator app.

So if you already have an Apple Pro translator, then you should go for it.

However, if that’s not an option, the Sport Bios app is a better option.

It has a much more robust engine, so it’ll translate your text faster.

And it’s completely free.

So what’s the catch?

This app is not available in Canada, United Kingdom, United States or Australia.

But if you do live in these countries, you should definitely try out this app.

The SportBibles translation has been downloaded over 50 million times.

There are even plans to add more countries to the list.

And with a large library of over 70 million words, there will be no shortage of translations to choose from.

For more sports app reviews, visit the Best Sports App section of The Sports Bible.

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