Google launches new translation app for iPhone

Google has launched a new language translation app for the iPhone, enabling it to compete with its Android version.

Both allow users to translate speech in 15 languages and words and phrases into more than 50 languages, as well as listening to translations spoken aloud in 23 languages.

According to Mashable, the iPhone app enables better text readability through a new zoom function, while the Android offers SMS translation and an enhanced conversation mode.

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