News, business, science, technology, fashion, movies, music, art, games, etc. In any field, "freshness" of news is very important.
FeedUp" is an application that allows you to instantly translate news from around the world into Japanese with a simple double-tap.
Follow your favorite news sites from around the world and customize it to your "personalized" news reader.
By double-tapping the title or text of an article, it is possible to translate more than 20 languages, including English, Chinese, Korean, German, and Italian, into Japanese.
Translation is performed using a machine translation system from DeepL (Germany), which is highly acclaimed around the world for its high translation accuracy and fast translation speed.
This application supports translation of various news sites around the world, including CNN, BBC, New York Times, Forbes, and Billboard.
By following your favorite sites like Twitter, you can avoid missing important articles.
The app also features a Japanese-language catalog of international news sites organized by genre, making it easy to find the site that best suits your tastes.
Once an article has been translated, the original and translated Japanese text can be displayed side by side alternately.
The "mix function" is recommended for use in language learning.
Seeing the original and translated Japanese at the same time is a great way to learn native phrases of the language you want to study or to increase your vocabulary.
It is possible to share in-app links to interesting articles with friends in URL format.
Since it is in URL format, you can easily spread articles you are interested in through e-mail applications and social networking services.
You can also use FeedUp when you find news you want to translate in a browser application (Safari, Chrome, Twitter's internal browser, etc.).
Take advantage of the translation feature by importing news found in external apps into the app.
A "reader function" is provided for ease of reading.
By unifying layouts that vary from site to site, you can concentrate on the content of the article.