Google has today released the latest version 2.0 for its Google Translate app for iOS, now with revamping treatment for iOS 7, adds handwriting support. Full details can be found right after this break!
The Translate app has also gained support for seven new launguages, to bring the total to over the 70 mark finally. The below screens showcased by Google in a better manner, so that you can easily understand what the company actually hopes and how the new Google Translate for iOS can be more useful. Best iOS App?
First the left screenshot, showing Google Translate when you’re in Kyoto and want to leran more about an exotic flower arrangement. In a better way now, you can use text-input to type in your quetion and translate from English to Japanese (you can also hear it spoken back to you). The middle shot is for when two individuals want to take turns tapping the microphone to translate between French and Spanish.
Finally, the right one is for when an expat living in China and wants to know what’s on the menu and uses the Handwrite feature to figure it out. So simple and easiest way to use Google Translate on iOS 7, now with version 2.0 changelog as follows:
- Translation is now available for 7 new languages: Bosnian, Cebuano, Hmong, Javanese, Khmer, Lao, Marathi
- A sleek and modern user interface
- Handwriting input – write words with your finger to enter text. Tap the Handwrite icon, and input natural handwriting in nearly 50 languages.
You can now download the latest version of Google Translate v2.0 for iOS 7 directly from the Apple’s App Store. Link provided below!
(Download: Google Translate for iPhone and iPad from iOS App Store)