iTranslate
iTranslate
1.4.7

3.3

iTranslate free download for Mac

iTranslate

1.4.7
26 May 2018

Translate over 90 languages from your menu bar.

Overview

iTranslate, the most popular translator tool on the App Store, now can also be on your Mac, putting 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.

Features
  • 90+ languages - With iTranslate you can translate words, phrases, and text in over 90 languages.
  • Voice output - 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.
  • Dictionaries - 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 - Romanization lets you turn transforms non-Latin languages into Latin characters. Available for many languages including Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Greek, Hindi, Russian, and Thai.
  • Type faster - 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.

What's new in iTranslate

Version 1.4.7:
  • Improvements in both speed and reliability

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2 iTranslate Reviews

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-M-S-
24 July 2014

Most helpful

iTranslate requires an Internet connection, so the only advantage over Google Translate is being able to quickly access it from the menu bar. That's about the only positive thing I can say in support of iTranslate. It's cheap at $4.99, but still about $4 more than it should cost for what it does. The biggest drawback is that you can't select from various definitions of words. Enter "washer" in English, and in French it spits back "machine à laver." Did you mean "washer" like the hardware part, and not a washing machine? Sorry, iTranslate doesn't care. (Google Translate correctly offers both "rondelle" and "machine à laver" as translations.) Many of the multi-word definitions are similarly really poor transliterations. If you used them in any kind of communication (formal or informal), you'll at best get weird looks and at worst be completely misunderstood.
Like (3)
Version 1.0.2
sketchdesigner
07 April 2015
Don't use it so much.
Like (2)
Version 1.2
-M-S-
24 July 2014
iTranslate requires an Internet connection, so the only advantage over Google Translate is being able to quickly access it from the menu bar. That's about the only positive thing I can say in support of iTranslate. It's cheap at $4.99, but still about $4 more than it should cost for what it does. The biggest drawback is that you can't select from various definitions of words. Enter "washer" in English, and in French it spits back "machine à laver." Did you mean "washer" like the hardware part, and not a washing machine? Sorry, iTranslate doesn't care. (Google Translate correctly offers both "rondelle" and "machine à laver" as translations.) Many of the multi-word definitions are similarly really poor transliterations. If you used them in any kind of communication (formal or informal), you'll at best get weird looks and at worst be completely misunderstood.
Like (3)
Version 1.0.2
1 answer(s)
Annie-Walker
Annie-Walker
19 September 2014
Do you think they went from your "$4.99" to the present $9.99 because of your: "It's cheap at $4.99, but still about $4 more than it should cost for what it does." ??
(LOL!!)
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$8.99

3.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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