Google Translate, the amazing app that takes speech or text and outputs into any of over 50 languages (including Icelandic, Haitian Creole, and Maltese), is finally available on the iPhone. You can type or speak in any of 15 languages, and hear your translations spoken out loud in any of 23, which is really impressive. The app has been available for Android for awhile, and the two versions are largely the same; the Android version has conversation mode, and the iPhone version has a fullscreen option, but otherwise, it’s the same great app. Download it here for free.
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