Google has just launched an official Google Translate app for Apple’s iPhone.
The application lets you translate text (words or phrases) into 57 languages, and supports voice input for 15 languages. Users can even listen to their translation “spoken out loud in one of 23 different languages.”
Other features include full-screen mode (the translated text is enlarged), and most of the important features available in the web version of Google Translate.
Google Translate for iPhone can be downloaded via iTunes. It’s obviously free, and is compatible with iOS 3 or later.
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