Google’s Translation App For iPhone

Google launched its Google Translate app today for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, giving users the ability to translate voice input for 15 languages. For a better look at unfamiliar words, users can view text translations in full screen mode.

No details on the app’s compatibility with the new Confession app approved by the Roman Catholic Church yesterday. Considering that Google keeps a record of everything you ever say or do, it may be wise to make your confessions in your native tongue.


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