There is nothing quite like a changed look to kickstart things on a different footing. After all, we do see design changes happen from time to time. Take Apple’s iOS operating system for instance – the iOS 7 redesign has certainly riled some quarters, while earning rave reviews from others. As for Google, they themselves have changed their Google logo on the search page for a flatter look, and here we are with word that the Internet search giant has also introduced a fresh look for Google Translate on iOS, and there is more than meets the eye than just a cosmetic change, as Google has also decided to throw in additional languages and new features.
Google Translate intends to help break down the language barrier whenever you travel to a place where the local lingo is something that you cannot understand. Having said that, Google Translate app for iOS 7 has been updated and optimized, where you will be able to enjoy a fresh new look in addition to handwriting support as well as more than 70 languages to make it happen. Imagine when you are in Japan, and need to ask a question. Just use text-input to type in your question, where it will then translate from English to Japanese in a jiffy, with your translation being spoken back in Japanese. [Press Release]
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