iTranslate Voice F.A.Q.
What is iTranslate Voice?
iTranslate Voice is your personal translation assistant, that can translate anything just by using your voice. You speak in one language and it instantly speaks back in another language.
How does iTranslate Voice work?
iTranslate Voice uses sophisticated voice recognition and machine translation software to recognize what you've said and translate it into another language.
Using iTranslate Voice
How do I translate something?
Just tap on one of the flag button in the bottom, wait for the listening sound and then start talking. iTranslate Voice automatically recognizes when you stopped talking and immediately tries to translate it to the second selected language.
How do I change the languages?
Tap on the languages button in the upper right corner. Then select your preferred language for the left microphone. To change the language for the right microphone tap the mic and select a language again. When you're finished press the Done button.
What can I say?
You can say anything you like. For common words & phrases iTranslate Voice will show you additional meanings and definitions.
How do I copy or share a translation?
Just tap on a translation and use the Menu to copy or share a translation.
Can I manually edit a recognized text?
Yes. You can simply edit the last recognition by tapping on it.
How can I bring up the keyboard?
Click & hold on a microphone until the keyboard appears.
What about punctuations like "?!.," ?
You can add punctuations by saying them. For instance "How are you questionmark" will be recognized as "How are you?". Or "Hello dot my name is Alex dot" is recognized as "Hello. My name is Alex." This works in all languages.
Does iTranslate Voice require an Internet connection?
Yes. Currently iTranslate does require an active 3G or Wifi connection.
Is iTranslate Voice accurate?
We are trying our best to give you accurate translations but this is not a replacement for a professional translator (yet).
Supported Languages & availability
What languages are supported?
Voice Recognition & Text-to-Speech:
English (US), English (UK), English (Australia), Spanish (Spain), Spanish (United States), Spanish (Mexico), French (France), French (Canada), German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin (China), Mandarin (Taiwan), Cantonese, Korean, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Portuguese (Portugal), Portuguese (Brazil), Polish, Russian, Czech, Finnish, Hungarian, Arabic (Saudi, UAE & Egypt), Indonesian, Turkish, Greek, Slovak
Catalan, Hindi, Thai
We will constantly add new languages in the coming months.
What languages do support dictionaries?
You can currently get definitions and meanings for common words & phrases in following languages: English-Spanish, English-French, English-German, English Italian, English-Portuguese, English-Dutch, English-Swedish, Spanish-French, Spanish-German, French-German, French-Italian, German-Italian (all in both directions).