Google Translate for iOS 7 Update Brings New UI, Handwriting Support and More
An updated version of the Google Translate has been created for the iOS 7 with all new user interface. This will be featuring over 70 languages not to mention several special facilities such as handwriting support for translation purposes.
The good thing is that a plethora of languages of every hue have been added on to this platform. Over 70 different mother tongues of various nations find their way onto the Google Translate system. Seven novel linguistic additions have been made. They include: Bosnian, Cebuano, Hmong, Javanese, Khmer, Lao and Marathi.
However, the main attraction is handwriting support. You just have to write the phrase you don’t understand and the translation in English appears seemingly out of nowhere. It is a fact that this feature works better in some cases and not so well in others. It all ultimately depends upon input speed. The handwriting support feature allows recognition of up to 49 languages. It is downloadable on iPhones and iPads.
As a tourist or businessman if you need to know the culture of the foreign country you are visiting, then there is nothing better than Google Translate. And don’t forget to get the iOS 7 version if you are looking for the best.
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