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iTranslate Translator & Dictionary

iTranslate Translator & Dictionary

iTranslate

Translate into over 100 languages. Free Translator & Dictionary App.

4.2 Ratings 920K+ Reviews 50M+ Downloads
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Translate into over 100 languages. Free Translator & Dictionary App.
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4.2
919.8K+ Ratings
  1. 5
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  2. 4
    12+%
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  • So easy to use! Dec 17, 2018

    By rolling_adventures
    I love iTranslate and use it frequently! My sister-in-law is Italian and I am American. She speaks and writes in English without issue, but most of her family and friends back home don't speak or write in English or feel more comfortable in Italian. iTranslate helps me understand Facebook comments about my sister-in-law or niece that I would otherwise be unable to read/translate (my Italian isn't that advanced). It also allows me to look at foreign websites and translate from the source language into English. My parents enjoy international travel and like to stay in small bed and breakfast type places instead of large multi-national hotel chains. Often these small B&B's website doesn't have an English version, so iTranslate comes to the rescue! I usually know what language I am translating from, but from time to time I will want to translate a tweet or FB comment that is written in a language I don't recognize. When that happens, it definitely comes in handy that iTranslate has the "Detect Language" function and can automatically translate it to English or another language of your choosing. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND using iTranslate!
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  • Fantastic Dec 25, 2018

    By samueljlor
    I do not understand all of the negative reviews. Translating any language perfectly requires near mastery of the language so take the time to learn whichever one or more languages you choose. In the meantime I challenge you to find a better app than this one. I have used it throughout Europe and it has been invaluable well beyond the $40 I spent to upgrade to the pro version. Translating restaurant menus was worth that price alone. The app continues to evolve and improve. Tens of thousands of people are using the app. I don't find the responses to complaints caustic but merely informative. Don't let the negative reviews prevent a purchase that can be very valuable. And if you want to use a free trial it may make sense to have a need for the program during that time period to fully test it. And no I do not work for the company, only a happy customer that is realistic and understands limitations of any language program. I think translating "get a life" from English to any language might miss the intended meaning.
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  • 100% positive feedback! Nov 17, 2019

    By BC0092
    Wow. I have yet to try all of the features. It isn’t that the features are not beneficial... I am currently working to increase screen time (yes, increase). I didn’t like translation apps because of the undesired results. I guess this would be something I’ll just state vaguely because I’d rather be doing something else but I encourage anyone interested in translation apps to try this one and buy the pro in-app version. That will make all of the apps in the bundle available with pro features. The user interface is simple, elegant and easy to use. The experience started out being very satisfied and continues to fuel the thirst for knowledge and provide the perfect amount of pleasure to be very ally with the product and want even more. I just found more so I’m going back in to nerdify my life. More is more.
    more
  • It will help you get by... Feb 5, 2020

    By Alupinya
    Please note, I’m asking a lot from it. American living in Germany and using it in/for a German language course. My wife is German and also a English and German teacher. It’s been pointed out on more than one occasion “that doesn’t mean (xyz) at all...” when using or quoting this app. If you’re using it just to get around for a vacation, sure. Plus (at least in Germany) they’re very polite and (almost) everyone speaks English so they won’t point out this app has missed the mark. If you just want to find a the bathroom or get food and a beer, I’ve used a free app that is a lot better for communicating. (if this is now free absolutely download it, but if not...). Remember I need to know “Wie spät ist es?”- is not - “what time is it” (the app translation) but what it truly says which is “How late is it?” so... For when you’re listening to someone speak or building sentences on your own later you’ll think wie means “what” and spät means time (what/was - time/zeit). It’s not always wrong, but it’s not always 100% right for everyday/conversational usage. If you do download, remember wie may not be what.
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  • Nov 3, 2020

    By Aizar Norsham
    Hello, I think that they don't tell the meanings in formal and informal. They should teach how to learn and build up sentences. I am learning Japanese, so let's say if I go to Japan and I spoke to someone informally, then would it be impolite? But so far so good. Thank you
    more
  • Jan 19, 2021

    By janis drilevskis
    Also same problems as others.I cancelled my subscription but still got charged 40 euros. I even check 3 times, because i saw these comments and my subscription was off.Got damn still got scammed.It is obviously developers problem.They just didn't want to change , because money is flying in to their hands.
    more
  • Scam, forces you into a subscription Nov 27, 2020

    By [N7]NobodyCats
    If you don’t believe me download it, you can’t use anything but the bare minimum of translating by typing it in manually, If you want to use a translator app just use google translate app completely free and has a camera translator function, you have to pay actual money to even use the camera function on this app, heck you can’t do anything but the bare minimum with this the rest of the stuff they force you to do a monthly subscription or do the free trial, that also forces you into a subscription. When you try to use anything but the minimum it brings up a window telling you to pay a 5.99 monthly fee, or do the 7 day free trial with a subscription. It’ll forcefully subscribe you if you do the free trial. But regardless paying for this is pointless when google translate app is completely free and has the camera function. This is just a scam to get as much money as possible which is why they have a subscription system so they can keep taking in money instead of a one time purchase. Basically unless you like spending or losing money for an app you likely won’t use more than 1-2x a month don’t get it. Besides with how accessible the internet and what not is, why would you bother paying for something like this that is literally free everywhere. Anything that has access to the web can be used to get to a translator website. Now try imagine paying $50-$75 a month or year for this?
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  • Nov 25, 2020

    By LMF
    I cancelled and deleted the app before the trial period was over and they still charged me. THe price is OUTRAGEOUS and it is insane that there is no way for me to get a refund. THey just charged my account. DO NOT USE THIS APP! The developer messaged me and, did here blaming it on me that I agreed to this but I did not agree to it and then when I try to log into the app I was told my user doesn't exist and developer plane to me.
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  • Dec 28, 2020

    By Andrea Chamblee
    Got charged immediately, the first moments of the Free Trial. Followed instructions to unsubscribe and was directed to a page with no UNSUBSCRIBE option. Emailed the support and the auto-reply said they were on vacation. Oh, and it didn't translate the page I wanted translated.
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  • Jan 12, 2021

    By Ramiro Rincón
    As soon as you open the app for the first time you are already asked to buy a subscription. No free offline mode in a translator? Why would I choose this app over a hundred others that DO have offline mode for free? NO THANKS, PIECE OF GARBAGE.
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  1. The end-all-be-all translator that is easy to use and translates over 100 languages
  2. Find what you are looking for with a dictionary and thesaurus - all in one - for a variety of languages
  3. Switch between dialects and directions of communication translations. All in just one simple step

Reviewed by Laura S on January 26, 2018

  • So easy to use! Dec 17, 2018

    By rolling_adventures
    I love iTranslate and use it frequently! My sister-in-law is Italian and I am American. She speaks and writes in English without issue, but most of her family and friends back home don't speak or write in English or feel more comfortable in Italian. iTranslate helps me understand Facebook comments about my sister-in-law or niece that I would otherwise be unable to read/translate (my Italian isn't that advanced). It also allows me to look at foreign websites and translate from the source language into English. My parents enjoy international travel and like to stay in small bed and breakfast type places instead of large multi-national hotel chains. Often these small B&B's website doesn't have an English version, so iTranslate comes to the rescue! I usually know what language I am translating from, but from time to time I will want to translate a tweet or FB comment that is written in a language I don't recognize. When that happens, it definitely comes in handy that iTranslate has the "Detect Language" function and can automatically translate it to English or another language of your choosing. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND using iTranslate!
    more
  • Fantastic Dec 25, 2018

    By samueljlor
    I do not understand all of the negative reviews. Translating any language perfectly requires near mastery of the language so take the time to learn whichever one or more languages you choose. In the meantime I challenge you to find a better app than this one. I have used it throughout Europe and it has been invaluable well beyond the $40 I spent to upgrade to the pro version. Translating restaurant menus was worth that price alone. The app continues to evolve and improve. Tens of thousands of people are using the app. I don't find the responses to complaints caustic but merely informative. Don't let the negative reviews prevent a purchase that can be very valuable. And if you want to use a free trial it may make sense to have a need for the program during that time period to fully test it. And no I do not work for the company, only a happy customer that is realistic and understands limitations of any language program. I think translating "get a life" from English to any language might miss the intended meaning.
    more
  • 100% positive feedback! Nov 17, 2019

    By BC0092
    Wow. I have yet to try all of the features. It isn’t that the features are not beneficial... I am currently working to increase screen time (yes, increase). I didn’t like translation apps because of the undesired results. I guess this would be something I’ll just state vaguely because I’d rather be doing something else but I encourage anyone interested in translation apps to try this one and buy the pro in-app version. That will make all of the apps in the bundle available with pro features. The user interface is simple, elegant and easy to use. The experience started out being very satisfied and continues to fuel the thirst for knowledge and provide the perfect amount of pleasure to be very ally with the product and want even more. I just found more so I’m going back in to nerdify my life. More is more.
    more
  • Excellent App Sep 29, 2020

    By Climbergirl2002
    We used this app all over southwestern France which is way more rural and has fewer people that speak English! we were able to travel on our own without a tour service or a tour guide. we didn’t have too many barriers language wise. The few times we had an issue was pronunciation. Those times we were in a situation where we could not play the audible of what one of us was trying to say. For that $20 per year charge for verbal translation and being able to take a photo of something to translate, it can’t be beat! Because we cannot always play the sound, it would really be nice if there was a phonetic pronunciation included. I grew up speaking Spanish and tended to lapse into a Spanish pronunciation to an unfamiliar French word when I could not hear it or see how to pronounce it!
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  • Jan 5, 2021

    By Just some guy
    Best free translator i have ever use, tho there are some wrong translation but it cant be perfect. But your translator is still near perfect
  • Nov 3, 2020

    By Aizar Norsham
    Hello, I think that they don't tell the meanings in formal and informal. They should teach how to learn and build up sentences. I am learning Japanese, so let's say if I go to Japan and I spoke to someone informally, then would it be impolite? But so far so good. Thank you
    more
  • Aug 24, 2020

    By mohsen yazdanfard
    Great app! I just have two problems, first of all, the thing when for example you want to translate something in Chinese but you can only type in Chinese characters for the translation to show up. Please fix that. Second of all, this one is not really a problem but when I put "🐗" in English and translated it to dutch, it said: "Je bent een goede jongen." Which basicly means: "You're a good boy." So I just found that really weird. Thanks for reading :)
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  • pretty solid translator...but could use some tweaking Feb 21, 2019

    By reganhk
    The app is pretty good. I haven’t seen any bugs or significant negative points. The interface is neat and easy to navigate. There’s no ads at the bottom of the screen but the pop-up ads could be less. Instead of pop-up ads, place the ads on the Phrasebook tab as an “Additional features” kinda promo section. It can still be seen but it’s not an interference that’s shoved into your face while you’re in the middle of typing a sentence. Also, an option to make a personalized added phrases list in the Phrasebook tab would be great. I have commonly used phrases that I’m sure are different from others’ commonly used phrases. Being able to have those ready at hand will save time and efficiency, which are important when you’re lost or confused or need to give directions immediately.
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  • Oct 19, 2020

    By Dixie McCoy
    It was really good, I just don't use it nearly enough to pay a staggering 39.99 a month for it. If you need a translator that takes pictures and use it often, I totally recommend this app! I'm sorry I don't have more use for it actually. It was really fast...I took the picture of the text, waited about 25 seconds or less, then it was done! Great job guys.... let me know if it gets cheaper at some point! Otherwise I have to go with A FREE Google translate.... 😞
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  • It will help you get by... Feb 5, 2020

    By Alupinya
    Please note, I’m asking a lot from it. American living in Germany and using it in/for a German language course. My wife is German and also a English and German teacher. It’s been pointed out on more than one occasion “that doesn’t mean (xyz) at all...” when using or quoting this app. If you’re using it just to get around for a vacation, sure. Plus (at least in Germany) they’re very polite and (almost) everyone speaks English so they won’t point out this app has missed the mark. If you just want to find a the bathroom or get food and a beer, I’ve used a free app that is a lot better for communicating. (if this is now free absolutely download it, but if not...). Remember I need to know “Wie spät ist es?”- is not - “what time is it” (the app translation) but what it truly says which is “How late is it?” so... For when you’re listening to someone speak or building sentences on your own later you’ll think wie means “what” and spät means time (what/was - time/zeit). It’s not always wrong, but it’s not always 100% right for everyday/conversational usage. If you do download, remember wie may not be what.
    more
  • Oct 4, 2020

    By evelyn savarin
    I bought this APP because I expected to primarily work offline. I had hoped it could translate conversationally offline. That is not the case. Offline it does a pretty good job of translating your native language, English, then speaking the translated language. But totally mangles the translated language offline. Online it does a better job of translating the foreign language when you speak into it. The truth is that iTranslate is probably the best offline package.
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  • LOVED this app initially & would have paid for it, BUT... May 30, 2018

    By GoodStuffHappens
    Initially this app would have gotten 5 stars. It beat google translate and a tu ally did a decent job translating English to German & vise versa; especially for a free app. But of late the app consistently crashes immediately after is finishes the cycle of translation; and before I have time to even verify it’s accuracy so not sure if it’s still as correct as it used to be I read in a some reviews that it isn’t anymore; i.e. Korean for example, but I wouldn’t know since it keeps crashing. Wrote to Support and will see what happens. Also asked me to upgrade which I strongly considered but not with some of the small print in permissions. Beware that it requires access to any past translations as well & beware that anything you type it paste into it to translate will be accessed by this app; so you might wish to leave out financial or sensitive Information, etc.; like if you’re translating a contract. Also, the premium (paid) version price tag seems rather steep to a lot of the reviewers here as well as to me the way it is organized now. I’d say it’s a bit of “carrot” app; “Lookie what I got here! Okay now come and get it!” ...Once you start chasing it, it eludes you. ... If they make improvements and adjustments, I’ll alter my review, but for I’ll say, sadly, I’d pass!
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  • Never got to use it Jun 8, 2018

    By Phoenix1887
    I really dislike apps that puts such a huge wall around their features they want you to pay before you get to use them. They make it seem like they are such gold you can’t even taste without paying. People don’t pay until they’re hooked they need to get you hooked on it first. And this apps’ metric for measuring use in order to get you hooked is very weakly implemented. I signed up for the free trial when I downloaded the app so that I could use the features but I did not need them at the time so I never used the app until the trial expired. So in the end I never even tried it one time. That is a really dumb trial. The app needs to measure the use of the app and give you a trial based on actual use not some finite amount of time. Especially when translation is something you use when you need it not just on demand when the app tells you to use it. You don’t have something to translate until you have something you need translated! Bad design when it comes to trial. Focus more on user experience. Sadly I can’t even use the app so what can I do? Uninstall
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  • Add more languages please. Apr 28, 2020

    By Brandon Ryder
    i have a Peruvian related family where my mother and I has a similar bloodline to them. there was a Facebook post my cousin made and she’s Peruvian. So I end up using Mexican language to translate but I couldn’t find her language 😟. Instead I brought myself to the usual Mexican translation. I wanted to comment on her but I want to make sure I’m fluent in their language so they can understand. So, I typed my words to translation of what I wanted to comment, which is a little joke. So I thought it could go well! WRONG. my mother had told me that the comment came out as an insult, not a joke. I tried to say it the way I want it to be said but instead I had to go back to her post and delete my comment. ☹️ Mainly it was my fault, I wish to respect your app but I am really disappointed that this app does not have any additional Hispanic languages. Not saying this app is uncultured, but I would wish more for it to adapt to change. I’m just saying.
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  • Jan 19, 2021

    By janis drilevskis
    Also same problems as others.I cancelled my subscription but still got charged 40 euros. I even check 3 times, because i saw these comments and my subscription was off.Got damn still got scammed.It is obviously developers problem.They just didn't want to change , because money is flying in to their hands.
    more
  • Scam, forces you into a subscription Nov 27, 2020

    By [N7]NobodyCats
    If you don’t believe me download it, you can’t use anything but the bare minimum of translating by typing it in manually, If you want to use a translator app just use google translate app completely free and has a camera translator function, you have to pay actual money to even use the camera function on this app, heck you can’t do anything but the bare minimum with this the rest of the stuff they force you to do a monthly subscription or do the free trial, that also forces you into a subscription. When you try to use anything but the minimum it brings up a window telling you to pay a 5.99 monthly fee, or do the 7 day free trial with a subscription. It’ll forcefully subscribe you if you do the free trial. But regardless paying for this is pointless when google translate app is completely free and has the camera function. This is just a scam to get as much money as possible which is why they have a subscription system so they can keep taking in money instead of a one time purchase. Basically unless you like spending or losing money for an app you likely won’t use more than 1-2x a month don’t get it. Besides with how accessible the internet and what not is, why would you bother paying for something like this that is literally free everywhere. Anything that has access to the web can be used to get to a translator website. Now try imagine paying $50-$75 a month or year for this?
    more
  • Nov 25, 2020

    By LMF
    I cancelled and deleted the app before the trial period was over and they still charged me. THe price is OUTRAGEOUS and it is insane that there is no way for me to get a refund. THey just charged my account. DO NOT USE THIS APP! The developer messaged me and, did here blaming it on me that I agreed to this but I did not agree to it and then when I try to log into the app I was told my user doesn't exist and developer plane to me.
    more
  • Dec 28, 2020

    By Andrea Chamblee
    Got charged immediately, the first moments of the Free Trial. Followed instructions to unsubscribe and was directed to a page with no UNSUBSCRIBE option. Emailed the support and the auto-reply said they were on vacation. Oh, and it didn't translate the page I wanted translated.
    more
  • Jan 12, 2021

    By Ramiro Rincón
    As soon as you open the app for the first time you are already asked to buy a subscription. No free offline mode in a translator? Why would I choose this app over a hundred others that DO have offline mode for free? NO THANKS, PIECE OF GARBAGE.
    more

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