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Apple iPhone Gets Official Google Translate App

Apple iPhone Gets Official Google Translate App

Did you always envy your Android friends when they showed off their in-built Google translate app and all you could do with your iPhone is go to a browser and the web version of translate? Well, you don’t have to do it anymore, because Google recently launched the official Google Translate App for the Apple iPhone. The new app has all the features that the Android app comes with and is just as easy to use.

The App can be used to translate up to 15 languages via Speak to translate feature and there are more than 50 languages if you want to translate a word or phrase. The Voice input works just as it works on the Android OS and is very responsive. Once you’ve translated what you wanted to, you then have the option to listen to the translated text or input in around 23 languages, and yes it speaks out loud. All the other features that are available in the web app, such as dictionary search for words, starred translations, translation history and support of text inputs like Pinyin and Romaji are all supported in the iPhone App as well.

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You can download the Google Translate App from the iTunes App Store for free, supports iOS version 3 and above on iPhone/iPod Touch. Support for all iOS languages is a plus.

[ Via Google Blog ]

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  • Karan Mehta February 9, 2011, 6:58 pm

    Hi there,

    Thanks for sharing the information. Google translate is a very useful app which I am sure the users will definitely like. Another important feature of this app is that you can star mark some of the translations you like for your later references. You can even zoom the text of translation as per your reading requirements.

    Karan Mehta

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