Brooklyn? Mississippi? Canada?
No, somewhere out there where whatever language you speak isn’t the norm. What apps do you really need on your iPhone. Maps? Of course. Currency converter? Check. Translator? You betcha! iPhone users can do no wrong with the inexpensive iTranslate Voice app because all you need to do is speak in your native language and it translates and speaks the translation back to you.
iTranslate VOice is unique not because it does a translation. And not because it speaks translated phrases. It’s unique because it speaks a translated word or phrase using your own voice in three dozen different languages.
This is just too cool. Speak and translate and hear the translation.
Yes, it’s just that easy to use, and voice recognition is excellent.
iTranslate Voice does more, of course, including looking up word definitions and translations for common words and phrases using speech recognition.
Then, simply tap on a translation to copy, email, send via iMessage, or post to Facebook.
You can use the iPhone’s keyboard to type in words and edit phrases, but there’s a good chance you won’t need it because iTranslate Voice does a good job recognizing what you say.
Obviously, this is an excellent way to travel around a foreign country without a native speaking guide, or learn a new language, or simply to talk to tourists who don’t speak your language.
iTranslate Voice not only does multiple languages, it does dilates. For example, it knows the difference between US English, UK English, and Australian English.
Well done, very useful, and remarkably inexpensive.