On your Android phone, go to Android Market and search for “Translate for Animals” to download the app.
Once the app is installed, touch the “Translate for Animals” app icon from the handset’s main menu to open it.
Once the app has opened touch the ‘translate from’ box. You will see a drop down menu open up. Choose from cat, dog, bird, rabbit, guinea pig, hamster, tortoise, horse, chicken, sheep, donkey, and pig.
Touch the ‘translate to’ box to open English as the choice of language.
Only English is available currently.
Make sure the animal you’d like to translate is calm and at-ease. Depending on the animal in question, you may wish to stroke or pet it as you bring the handset close to its mouth. Press the “Press to listen” button to record as it woofs, meows, neighs, oinks...
Please be patient whilst the voice recognition software checks the recorded pet sounds against the millions of stored noises in the Animal Linguistic Database. This should only take a few seconds.
Once the data has been processed you will see an English transcript translation of what your animal has said. If you wish to hear it spoken press the speaker button to hear an audio version.
(Herbivores and omnivores are not known for their linguistic ability. Although it has been discovered that tortoises have expansive general knowledge.)