King Translate is a software application developed in order to help individuals find images, videos, words and songs on the Internet, without actually needing to open a web browser.
The clear-cut interface can be handled by both experienced and novice users, without encountering any type of issues. In addition to that, it is comprised of a small search box and several tabs which let you quickly access all the actions available.
The “Sounds” panel enables you to look for songs on Sound Cloud and displays them as a list, keeping the website’s format. This means it contains a waveform, volume bar, information about the item, a link to it and buttons to share it via Facebook, Tumblr, Stumbleupon and so on. A small drawback here is the fact that when switching tabs, the audio file stops playing.
Videos and pictures are generated from Cooliris 3D Wall, while in the “Words” window, you can view articles from Wikipedia and entries from Wiktionary. Other active sources include Flickr Photos, Google Images, Google Translate, YouTube, Picasa Pics, Veoh Videos and Wikiquote.
This software tool supports an array of languages, for the interface and word definitions. From the settings panel, you can choose these, as well as select sources, show Wikipedia Stub Articles (deemed too short to provide encyclopedic coverage of s subject), start with Windows and input a proxy to access the Internet.
Taking everything into consideration, King Translate is a useful piece of software with an efficient means of looking up information about any word in many languages. Response time is fairly good, CPU and memory usage is minimal and our tests did not reveal any errors, logs or crashes.