Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Google Translate App For iPhone Lets You Speak And Listen To Your Tanslations

Last time we wrote about Google translation for iPhone, in 2008, it was a web app. It was accessible via the browser but did a good job by storing often translated words phrases on the iPhone or iPod. It took about 1MB storage for about 300 translations. It was so yesterday.
Today Google translation team announced Google Translate app for iPhone and it is available to download from the iTunes app store (link below).

With the new Google translation app you, the iPhone users can do just like the way Android users translate! Which is much more than before, like speaking what you want to translate and listen to the translated word or phrase. That is really neat and handy, when you are on the run and want to translate something fast, like saying thank you very much in Chinese.
Another feature is that you can zoom out the translated word or phrase which comes in handy when you have to show test to someone next to you.

You can download Google Translate now from the App Store globally. The app is available in all iOS supported languages, but you’ll need an iPhone or iPod touch iOS version 3 or later.

Google Mobile.blog Via Official Google Blog


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