Using Google Translate on an iPod for a Turkish <-> English conversation

Google Translate is a free app for the Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. All you do is speak a word or phrase into iPod in English and the app produces a Turkish translation via a computer-generated voice or text. Switch the direction of the translation and the Turkish reply is then translated into English.

For example below is an image showing where I said “hello, how are you?” into the iPod and the phone has translated this to”merhaba, nasılsın?” Clicking on the speaker icon then allows the Turkish speaker to hear the translation of what you have spoken.

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Switching the direction of the translation then allows the Turkish speaker to reply as in the image below, where the answer “iyiyim” is translated as “I’m fine”:

Using Google Translate on an iPod for a Turkish <-> English conversation

The FREE app can accept voice input in 15 different languages and translate back to users in 50 languages. The computer-generated speech function can speak back to a user in 23 languages – itunes.apple.com

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