iTranslate Voice, one of the most popular translation apps on the App Store, has now come to the iPad, bringing the ability to translate between 31 languages and dialects, look up words, share translations with others, and more.
I have been using the iPhone version of iTranslate Voice for a while, and have found it to have excellent voice recognition, and perform very well. You can also type in words or correct errors to make sure the translation will be accurate.
The iPad version did not disappoint – it’s every bit as good as the iPhone version! It also includes the same dictionary and sharing features as the iPhone version – and I feel these aspects actually work even better due to the iPad’s larger screen!
iTranslate Voice HD is available now, and is currently on sale for $0.99 to celebrate the launch. I highly recommend it for anyone learning a new language, anyone who travels, or who just wants to keep a tool like this handy! The iPhone version is also still available as a separate download.
- iTranslate Voice ($0.99, App Store link).
- iTranslate Voice HD ($0.99, App Store link).