iTranslate – Free Translator

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iTranslateGoing on a trip to see that country you have always dreamed of visiting? Perhaps you are going to France or Italy or Spain. There’s just one thing… you don’t know the language. No worries! With iTranslate you can have it at your fingertips. This app supports 50+ languages so chances are very good that it has the one you need. This used to be available only for iPhone users, but now Android users can get it too! Now everyone can enjoy having a universal translator in their pocket. You can get this hugely popular app from either the Play Store or here for iPhone users. Yes. It is free!

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  1. Dan Meyers says:

    Wow, that's incredible. We have some foreign travel coming up so this will work great!!

    • Geek Girl says:

      Well then this post is great timing for you! πŸ™‚ Cool…

  2. projectwhitespace says:

    Awesome!! I'm not going on a trip, but I totally love languages and would love to see what certain things mean. I've been toying with relearning Korean too. So, maybe this will respark my interest. Getting this one for sure!! (and who doesn't love free!!)

    • Geek Girl says:

      You don't need to be going on a trip to get the app. And yes, free is always good!

  3. projectwhitespace says:

    Just got it. It's so funny how I can click on your link and just click install and bam! it's done. Like magic. I will probably never get over the awe of technology.

    • Geek Girl says:

      Cool… have fun with it! πŸ™‚

      • findingourwaynow says:

        That's cool! πŸ™‚

  4. Bindhurani says:

    My friend used to complain that her co-workers are always talking in their language at the work place. She felt so uncomfortable and they just ignored her . Funny, one day we were wishing for a translator app. Now, she can just download the app, and pretend she don't understand what they were saying… or can surprise them with a few dialogues of her own.

    • Geek Girl says:

      Cool… maybe it will help her out. Maybe she will feel less like an 'outsider' in their conversations. πŸ™‚

  5. Thanks for sharing Geek Girl! I'm so happy to see this is available on Android. πŸ™‚

    • Geek Girl says:

      I love it when I can find an app for BOTH Android & iPhone!

  6. findingourwaynow says:

    Dang, I wish I had this when I went to France. I will make sure to download it for the future. Who knows, there may be more travel to come… one can hope. πŸ™‚

    • Geek Girl says:

      Yeah, your trip was kind of the inspiration for finding this app. πŸ™‚

  7. namirusso says:

    Hmm, I'll have to give this a serious try. Google translate, when it comes to Japanese – is hilarious! It's the technicality of the language that makes the translation – well…lost. I'll let you know if my Mom smacks me upside the head with it.

    • Geek Girl says:

      Japanese…. hmmm… I heard the one is difficult because of the intonations and things when you speak. Let me know if you survive it. πŸ™‚

  8. Charlotte says:

    Thanks for the tip! I'm downloading it now. It'll be great for my upcoming trip to Italy.

    • Geek Girl says:

      Wonderful! Hope it works out well for you. πŸ™‚

  9. Leora says:

    Do you think I should visit Europe just so I can use this app? My daughter and I are planning to go to Italy together … one day.

    • Geek Girl says:

      Hey – sounds like a good excuse to me! πŸ™‚

  10. joannerambling says:

    Just like Star Trek and there universal translator…………..lol That said what a bloody great idea…………

    • Geek Girl says:

      yeah, I was thinking the same thing about the whole Star Trek universal translator thing… LOL

  11. I recently visited France. I have this application. Using this application is really fun and that was really very helpful !!!