The iTranslate app is a popular, easy-to-use tool for translations into over 90 languages. And now the app provides even more convenience with terrific updates for both watchOS 2 and iOS 9. Released yesterday, Sept. 21, iTranslate’s newest version gives you a Watch complication, time travel, split screen view, and spotlight access.
The iTranslate app is now a fully native Apple Watch app. You can listen to your translations through the Watch speaker, peek down at the complication for common sayings based on location, and use the time travel feature to see phrases for upcoming times of the day. Take a look at this video of iTranslate on the Apple Watch and just click here if you cannot view it:
New iPad features
For those who use iTranslate on the iPad, there are some great updates for you too. Do a quick translation lookup without closing your other app using the slide over feature. And, iPad Air 2 users can improve their productivity by taking advantage of the split screen view feature.
Version 9.0 of iTranslate provides us a pretty significant update taking advantage of new features for watchOS 2 and iOS 9. Most impressive are the Watch additions bringing a faster way to say what you need to say. The complication is super handy with its common phrase for that time of day based on where you are. Then using time travel, you can practice saying “good evening” before the time even arrives.
The iTranslate app is universal and available for free on the App Store. There is an in-app purchase for iTranslate Premium which removes the ads and provides voice recognition.
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