The inventors of the new app claim that it can translate what your gate says

Ask Miaoto! The inventors of the new app claim that it can translate what your gate says

  • A new application claims that cat meow and purse can be translated into English
  • The creators of the Myotok app said they can identify 13 meanings from creatures
  • The new app is already available in the Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store

It may seem like a tall tail, but a new application suggests that the cat’s meow and purse can be translated into English.

The creators of Myotok say they can identify 13 meanings, including ‘feeding me’, ‘leave me’ and ‘I love’.

Designer Javier Sanchez – Amazon’s voice assistant who was an engineer at Alexa – eventually wants to create a smart collar that will instantly translate meow into human speech.

The creators of the new app MeowTalk claim that it can translate a cat’s meow and purse into English and identify 13 meanings. (Stock image)

He said: ‘I think it’s very important now, because with all the social distances that happen, you have people locked up with a significant other at home – this cat.’

‘This will help them communicate with their cat or at least understand their cat’s purpose and make the most important connection.’

This app is already available in Google Play Store and Apple App Store, but is still being developed and will be replaced in the future.

So far, it has attracted mixed reviews.

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One user said: I get the translation ‘I love’ 90 percent of the time. ‘

Another reviewer said: ‘It certainly looks promising.’

Designed by Javier Sanchez, the app is already available on Google Play Store and Apple's App Store, but is still being developed and will be replaced in the future. (Stock image)

Designed by Javier Sanchez, the app is already available on Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store, but is still being developed and will be replaced in the future. (Stock image)

Cat behavior experts are also divided, with a warning that false alarms can give owners a ‘wrong impression’.

But author Anita Kelsey of ‘Let’s Talk About Cats’ said: ‘The application looks fun, and there’s no harm in having fun with your cat.

‘We can never turn a cat’s meow into human words. We need to have fun thinking about what they are saying from our own human perspective.

Vocabulary will expand as more sounds are submitted by cat owners.

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