Google has updated its translation app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users with native iOS 7 support and additional languages, along with some other new features. The updated Google Translate iOS takes advantage of the redesigned keyboard and status bar introduced with iOS 7. Besides this, users can now enter handwriting in a variety of new languages including Arabic, Esperanto, Gujarati, Hebrew, Javanese, Maltese, Maori, Marathi, Persian, Punjabi, Telugu, and Zulu.
Handwriting input support was introduced in the previous version, Google Translate 2.0, letting you to write words with your fingers. By using Google Translate for iOS, you can translate between 80 different languages, listen to your translations spoken aloud, directly translate speech and handwriting, star favorite translations for quick access even when youâ€™re offline, and view dictionary results for single words or phrases.
The iOS app Google Translate is available now as a free, 3.4-megabyte download from the App Store. Follow the direct link from below to download it and make sure that you have at least iOS 6 to run it.