Google Translate App Review – iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

My app review over Google Translate for the iphone, ipodtouch, and ipad. Google Translate is a free application that allows you to either translate with voic…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

16 thoughts on “Google Translate App Review – iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

  1. You said your really good at tec stuff I have asked so many people a very puzzling thing and no one can figure it out. So I you feel like a challenge I’ll tell you and see if you can figure it out. I would like to do it somewhere not so public if you say yes. Please let me know. Thank you!

  2. I am using my toshiba laptop with the app. I do legal paperwork in a clients home. They are spanish speaking. Is there an exterior mic I can purchase and insert on side of laptop so client can speak into it the answers to my questions I type out in english? my headset and mic only let me hear, I cant find a ‘speak’ function for the app, on my computer…. need to have a functional mic option.. can you help?

  3. i have an ipod touch 3g. i dont want to use the speak translate feature, but when i type in my text and hit the button that plays the text out loud, it wont play. I have iOS 1.3.0 which is needed for google translate, or so it says, and i cant figure out why it wont speak what i type. please help

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  5. @2damax7 If you have an iPod Touch. First make sure that it is the fourth generation because, that is the only one with the mic. The mic should automatically connect with the app. Also, make sure that you click the voice icon in Google Translate. Other then that, if you got your ipod touch used it may have had a mic problem. If those dont work you can try holding the power and menu button and rebooting your device. I hope this helps you. Have fun with your iDevice!

  6. First of all, great review. It got me downloading the app and trying it out, but it didn’t work correctly for me. I’m new to the ipod touch, just got one as a gift last week. How do you get the ipod to recognize your voice? Mine is not picking up my voice. Do you have to turn the mic on somewhere? Your help would be appreciated greatly.

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