Google Translate, one of the most popular translate services available on the internet has already been available on the iPhone for awhile but only as a web app. Now, Google has released a native iOS Google Translate app for the iPhone. Google Translate works when you input text either through typing or by recording your speech (speech support only for 15 languages as opposed to 50). Once the text is input, Google Translate will look up the meaning of the words for you, translating them into the language of your choice. Right now its features are limited, but we should see more in the future, as foreigners become more daring to travel the world armed with the Google app. Google Translate is available now as a free download on the iTunes App Store.
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