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This manual is intended for free-lance interpreters on the private market who want to use tablets for their work. It contains many useful tips, tricks, workflows and app recommendations to help them get the most out of their device.
If you work for a European Institution (SCIC, DG INTE), there is a manual for you, too: https://leanpub.com/tabletinterpreter/!
The book is available free of charge, but you can also give an amount of your choice - 100% of that money will go to a good cause, the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Learn more here.
Alexander Drechsel is a conference interpreter and member of the VKD association. He has worked for the European Commission's Interpretation service since 2007. Alexander regularly shares his experience in using tablets for interpreting on Twitter as @tabterp and on www.tabletinterpreter.eu.