Just like the Windows Phone, iOS, Android and Windows versions of iTranslate, the app supports more than 80 languages and voice output. Once installed, iTranslate sits neatly in your status bar waiting for your next translation challenge.
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Handily, the app can also return results from multiple dictionaries at a time for a single search and supports Romanization, thereby transforming non-Latin languages into Latin characters. This feature is available for Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Greek, Hindi, Russian and Thai, the company said.
The app’s available to download now for $4.99 as a launch special “for the first few days”, after which it will go up to $9.99.
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