iTranslate - translator & dictionary
Current Version: 1.4.3
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Download Size: 13.3 MB - Download
iTranslate, the most popular translator tool on the App Store, now also on your Mac.
iTranslate for Mac puts 90+ languages at your fingertips. It is designed as a status bar app that is always just one click or keystroke away to help you solve any translation problem.
With iTranslate you can translate words, phrases, and text in over 90 languages.
Ever wanted to know what an Australian English female sounds like? With iTranslate you can select between lots of different dialects, choose a male or female voice, and even control the speech rate.
Most translator apps give you only 1 result per translation. However, if you are translating words and phrases there are often different meanings, depending on the context. iTranslate gives you dictionaries for many languages so you can find the exact solution to your problem.
Romanization lets you turn "你好" into "Nǐ hǎo", transforming non-Latin languages into Latin characters. Available for many languages including Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Greek, Hindi, Russian, and Thai.
iTranslate is optimized for fast text input. Open the App with a customizable keystroke, get suggestions while you’re typing and quickly switch between languages.
iTranslate is available for a wide range of platforms and devices. Visit our website to learn more about iTranslate: http://www.itranslate.com
Please note: iTranslate requires an Internet connection.
- Fixed an issue where "Detect Language" was selectable as the target language
Most Helpful Reviews
Glad to have this on my desktop - I’m a longtime user of this app on my iPhone/iPad and am really glad to have a Mac version, as I do most of my language studying on my computer. It’s always been a solid app with accurate translations, and the ability to have words spoken to you is a nice touch. I heard about this coming to the desktop a few weeks ago so I was very excited to see it up on the App Store tonight :) Only thing on my wishlist - and this is very minor - is for it to be able to not be a menubar app and to run in the dock, as my menubar on my 11” Macbook Air is already pretty crowded! However I can see how having it right in the menubar would be handy on larger screens, so it’d be nice to keep both options! Other than that I’m really looking forward to using this.
I Translate - Won’t open after download≥ Wait before you invest.