Google Translate App now available at iTunes App Store

By on Feb 9, 2011 in Smartphone, Software, Technology Comments
Google Translate App screenshot
Photo credit: iTunes App Store

Google Translate app is now available at iTunes App Store for free, as announced at the official Google blog on Tuesday, in which the Google Translate HTML5 web app for iPhone was launched back in August 2008.

According to Google, the Google Translate app has all of the features of the web app, along with some significant new additions which are designed to improve the translation process for users.

The ‘Speak to Translate’ feature allows user to input voice of 15 different languages by pressing the microphone icon, and can be translated into one of more than 50 languages, including Latin which was added last October 2010.

Users can also listen to the translation into one of the 23 languages including Arabic, Japanese, Chinese, French and Korean to name a few, through a speech synthesizer that converts the text into voice.

In addition, users can use the full-screen mode so that the translated text can easily be read, or can be shown to person the user is communicating with.

The Google Translate app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad and requires iOS 3.0 or higher.



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