Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
Google Translate on iPhone
Today Google launched the official Google Translate iOS app. It can be downloaded for free, and you can translate 15 languages by simply speaking into the phone, and above 50 languages using text based input. This application can also speak the translated sentences by synthesizing voice in 23 languages.
Now with this iPhone application, there is something extra to add to the family of Google. It does not have a flashy interface and supports a minimalistic approach. This is what people mostly expect from Google applications and it will help you look up translations really quickly.
The text box supports a large font, and you can easily read the text that you are entering. This will help you as you enter an unfamiliar language into the text box. There is an icon and you can tap it to enlarge the translated text to make the screen go in landscape mode. This makes it easier to show it to others as well.
It offers you the feature of starring frequently used or your favorite phrases. There is also a dictionary that will display phrasings that might mean the same thing as your text, but more accurately. The pronunciation of the synthesized voice is quite well.
All in all, though it cannot translate text using a photo, unlike Word Lens, but it can surely do great basic conversions. So if you want to visit another country and you want to learn their language, this is the best tool you can have.
What kind of translation tools do you use? Try Google Translate and let us know what you think about it.
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