TNW Quick Hit iTranslate, a popular and free translation app for the iPhone, has released an iPad version that offers an alternative to using Google Translate on your tablet. Enjoyed: Free, lots of writing space, spoken translations for some languages, nice screen transitions, swipe to paste, quick translation, share via email, history of phrases translated. [...][Notice: this is the RSS feed for ALL stories from across The Next Web - that means a lot of stories every day - for just our top stories, subscribe to our Top Stories RSS feed here.
Google has had a web-based translation app for several years. But today, it's released an official iPhone app that adds a few more bells and whistles to your ability to talk and translate on the go. You can input a word or phrase fo... Read Post
Google released a Google Translate Web app for iPhone users back in 2008, but now the Apple crowd has a native Google Translate iPhone app. Available in the App Store now, the free Google Translate app includes speak-to-translate fo... Read Post