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Popular Multilingual Translation App iTranslate Goes 7.0 For iOS 7

The popular multilingual translation app iTranslate has just been updated to version 7.0 for iOS 7. As you might expect, iTranslate 7.0 features a redesigned interface that matches the look and feel of iOS 7. Simpler, cleaner, flatter, and unapologetically whiter, the app's new interface is a far cry from the app's textured and, in hindsight, cluttered design. The new interface is focused on content, as it presents the translation screen with as few frills as possible. On this screen, just tap either of the circular flags to change the language. You can choose from 71 languages, including the seven new ones that have just been added to iTranslate: Bosnian, Cebuano, Hmong, Javanese, Khmer, Lao, and Marathi. The translation screen also features new swipe gestures for accessing common actions. Swipe a little to the right to paste from clipboard and farther to activate voice input. Swipe a little to the left to enable text-to-speech and farther to share or copy the translation. [caption id="attachment_473772" align="aligncenter" width="320"] iTranslate[/caption] On either side of the translation screen's top portion are two buttons. The left one takes you to your translation history and favorites, while the right one takes you to the Account, Settings, Premium, and More Apps sections. Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 5.0 or later, iTranslate 7.0 is available now in the App Store for free. The app offers a $4.99 in-app purchase for unlocking its premium features, including voice recognition, unlimited translations, secure connection, and banner ad removal. The app's iPad edition, iTranslate ~ free translator, is also available in the App Store for free. But it's yet to be updated and redesigned for iOS 7. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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