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Take all your glossaries in your pocket

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Glossaries2Go helps you


Study your glossary and train for your next assignment.


Display any or all of the languages in your glossary.


Quickly search for a word of the glossary.


Update your glossary and export back the updated glossary to your laptop or desktop.

Anywhere, Anytime


To work with Glossaries2Go

Before you can use a glossary on your mobile, you need to import it into the app. This is a quick and easy process done from Glossaries2Go.

After importing the glossary into Glossaries2Go you may easily display, search, or train on a subset of the glossary by filtering terms according to criteria you define. You may also display any or all of the languages from the glossary.

And more ...

There is more to Glossaries2Go like training for an assignment or updating and exporting a glossary. You may consult the user guide to see the details of all you can do.

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Import by email or from the Cloud

To import a glossary from a desktop or laptop, you can either send the glossary to yourself as an email attachment, open the email on your mobile phone, and then download the attachment to the phone.  Or, alternatively, you can copy the glossary to one of the clouds, such as DropBox, iCloud, OneDrive, GoogleDrive. Glossaries2Go will import your glossary either from your cloud or from your download folder. You can import glossaries of xlsx (Excel) or csv (comma separated values) formats.

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Automatic recognition

The glossaries may contain three columns for each language: the term, an explanation and a remark. The explanation and the remark columns are optional. Depending on how the glossary is structured, it will be imported either in one go or following a few steps of defining the columns in Glossaries2Go while you are importing. For more details, click here.

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Filter the glossary

You may have a large glossary and be in need to use only a specific part of this glossary for an assignment. For example, you have prepared a glossary for a conference which has two different speakers. Before each session, you may want to have the possibility to see only the words related to this speaker in order to memorize them.

You may achieve this in Glossaries2Go by using a filter.

The column used to allow filtering is the remark column. Any text entered in the remark column may be used as a filter condition.

We've Learned From Previous Program

From Daniel Pohoryles and Rami Ranel

A few years ago, we collaborated with Dan Kenig (an AIIC interpreter) to create interpreters dedicated software. Based on the experience we have acquired with regards to the needs of interpreters in today's connected world, we are now offering a tool that helps interpreters use their glossaries on their mobile granting them versatility and freedom to use their glossaries anywhere, anytime. 


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