The PSVita kinda needs some more ‘utility’ homebrew and this homebrew is one of those. ONEtranslate, as suggested by its name, allows you to make use of the Google Translate service without having to open the page on the browser.
This homebrew is written in “ONElua”, a variant of the popular PSP programming language called “Lua”, and it allows you to translate text (duh). It provides a nice and simple to use interface to let you translate words or sentences into another language. You may translate between 11 languages, namely English, Spanish, Japanese, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian, Korean and Chinese. Like Google Translate, there’s also an option to have the language automatically detected for you when translating something. You also get battery and WiFi stats as per the picture.
ONEtranslate in action
How do I get it?
As this is a GekiHEN entry, all you need to do is to go to its GekiHEN page, download it, transfer it to your Vita and install the VPK via VitaShell. It’s quite important to note that you need an Internet connection to use this homebrew (which should be obvious). Make sure not to get the VPK from untrusted sources as some VPKs have been malicious in the past!
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