Google Translate app for the iPhone has hit version 1.3.0, bringing important news for iPad owners: the app is now universal for iOS devices, which includes iPad support.
The iPad app is essentially a scaled version of the iPhone app, so don’t expect anything groundbreaking.
As before, the app lets you translate written text between 63 languages. It also lets you translate by speaking text instead of typing it, but this option works only for 17 languages. For 24 languages you can hear the translation spoken aloud.
You can also access your translation history even when offline, star your favorite translations and spell out the translation of non-Latin script languages in Latin characters to read it phonetically.