Translate Your World, developers of the TYWI series of linguistic and mobile marketing technologies, has released the TYWI Web Interpreter, a real-time voice translation software for business.

TYWI Web Interpreter combines human translaters with automated interpretation in 78 languages. It supports up to 300,000 attendees per language. Attendees choose to read the translation as subtitles or hear a translated voice similar to Apple's Siri. Personal dictionaries help assure that business terminology is maintained.

TYWI Web Interpreter is compatible with desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones and has its own online TYWI-Center with built-in voice translation and auto-subtitles that can be accessed from almost anywhere in the world. There are even solutions for heavily accented speakers and signing for the deaf.

Among the many uses for the TYWI app are conferences, webinars, product demonstrations at tradeshow booths, sales presentations, and employee training. TYWI Web Interpreter also supports interactivity with the audience. TYWI's Global Instant Chat feature lets event attendees ask questions of speakers in their native languages and have them translated for the speakers.

"TYWI Web Interpreter crosses the language barrier for international business," said SueEllen Reager, president of Translate Your World, in a statement. "There are now 4 billion computers on the planet. We designed TYWI to help companies reach them. In the past, the expression global event has really been used to mean English-only inviting other countries. TYWI Web Interpreter is a game-changer, reaching 78 percent of the world's population so that events become multinational for the first time in history. And one-on-one meetings or sales presentations to business partners or prospects broaden their impact exponentially."

ReadSpeaker, an online text-to-speech company used by Web sites and mobile apps worldwide in 35 languages and 100 voices, provides the sound of the translated voice for automated interpretation.

TYWI Web Interpreter's early release covers 20 countries. Software can be purchased on-demand or as a monthly subscription.