Google Translate for Android gets a facelift
Good news for Android users! Google Translate app for Android has been updated so the new Holo user interface will replace the previous web-style colour scheme and now can be matched to your Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and
The Google translate app has a new Holo user interface which gives a cleaner looking and match definitely with the rich design of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Now this app translates in total 64 languages by using handwriting text and phrases, input by typing or speaking.
With the new update, Google supports more languages for text-to-speech translation, up to 40 languages. The other way around, speech-to-text is also possible for 17 languages. The speech-to-speech translation is a very useful feature to support up to 14 languages.
The handwriting translation supports 16 languages right now and can be very useful though. For example to input Japanese character in Google translate as text would be difficult for some users. This handwriting translation is making it simple for its users to draw or write the text/character to translate.
This update is making the app more attractive and simpler to navigate. So update your app and experience the new way of translating! The Google Translate app is also now available for download for free from the Google Play Store.