Instant Translator – truly necessary for sure

instant translator

So, I have been round the world in 20 days....and I have come to one conclusion.  It’s quite annoying when you love to travel but don’t know the language of the country you’re visiting. That’s why people often use translation apps, and before those, they used to rely on pocketbooks of useful phrases.  Personally I have found that these translation apps are often censored or miss subtle phrases that can really change the conversation completely.

Fortunately, that’s where Muama Enence comes in.

The Muama Enence translator is more than just another gadget in the long line of portable translation devices. It can translate a wide range of languages for us, more than 40 in fact. We no longer need to waste our time to understand the local greengrocer or salesman in that exotic country we’re visiting. A click of a button is all it takes.

Let’s ignore all the other Muama translator reviews for a second and focus on the very idea of a translator device. Most people would ask (and rightfully so) if these gadgets are actually useful or if they’re just a way to get money from unsuspecting people. Well, we’re here to tell you that these devices are perfectly safe to buy. But do they work?

Now normally I dont agree with the following publication namely because of the lack of research that is often involved in the story.  Interestingly, The Huffington Post asked when they covered the reveal of the Ili back in 2016. They didn’t like the fact that the company that made the Ili had a streak of failures in the past. In addition, they found the Ili ad creepy—it was a man who wanted to demonstrate that the device worked by asking random women to kiss him and letting the gadget translate.  Granted that may be a bit creepy however the post didn't really dive deep into what it actually was that the article was supposedly about.

Despite these red flags, HuffPo remained cautiously optimistic about portable translators as a whole. At the moment, there are dozens of companies that manufacture these devices. It’s a booming market that has yet to reach its peak.

Apps are good and all, but they have one major flaw over portable translators. They are not that well developed for them to work properly. In addition, they need frequent updates. When describing their own products, Gmyle put out a fascinating article on why translation apps aren’t as good as portable translators. You can read all about it here.

But the question isn’t just ‘why not use apps?’ It’s also ‘why use the Muama Enence translator at all?’ So let’s dig into the device itself and see what makes it tick.

Thats really what this site is about, finding interesting little tid bits about the items we review and getting to the nuts and bolts of it.


When you take one look at the Muama Enence translator, you’ll be amazed to see that it can hold all of the languages listed above. It’s barely larger than an old MP3 player. Of course, the size works to its benefit; it won’t take up too much room in your pocket or your purse.

The way Muama Enence works is very simple. You have two buttons, imaginatively called the A and the B button. When you want to say something to the person in front of you, press the A button, and speak your sentence. Once you release the button, it translates the sentence to your interlocutor. When they want to respond to you, hold the B button while they speak. Their sentence will come back to you in your own language. We should note that you can even speak a few sentences in a row using this translator.

Oh, it absolutely does. The response time of Muama Enence is no more than 1.5 seconds. In addition, it’s a device that will last for four full days before the battery goes out. All it needs then is a quick recharge.

But that’s not the end of Enence’s awesome features. You can even take a photo of some text in a foreign language, and the little translator will let you know what’s written. You need to connect it to your smartphone via Bluetooth.

Muama Enence is also exceptionally durable. When it was field-tested by a group of curious users, a few of them dropped the device onto the sidewalk. Even after this rough treatment, the translators worked like a charm.

You can’t really beat small, durable, and convenient when it comes to translation devices. But, even Muama translator’s price is awesome; it’s neither too expensive nor cheap.

We should also talk about the range. The Enence translator can pick your voice up at a distance of 2 meters (6.6 feet). In addition, it has a wireless transmission distance of 10 meters (32.9 feet). More importantly, it works well even if you’re in a crowded area with lots of noise. Streets and sidewalks come to mind, as do restaurants and bars. In other words, places where a lot of people are talking at the same time, but you only need to understand the person directly in front of you.

As awesome as the Muama Enence translator is, it’s not perfect. For example, there will be times when the device will mistranslate a sentence. That usually happens when a person mumbles while they speak or if there is too much interference coming from others close by.

Another major issue is that you shouldn’t use the translator in life-or-death situations. If someone is injured or ill, you must find a doctor that speaks their language. Relying on a translator of any kind (app or device) can cost someone their life.


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