Google just announced today that their Google Translate service is now available as an iPhone app. This should be welcome news for those often lost in translation and find that the old Google Translate web browser app a nuisance to navigate to. This newly released iPhone app version should make your language adventures go more smoothly with a whole slew of neat features.
You can speak your word or phrase directly into the app. Voice input is accepted for 15 languages and can be translated into one of more than 50 languages. You can also listen to your translations spoken in one of 23 languages.
Also useful is a full-screen mode that allows you to zoom in to more easily read the text on screen. Other features include the ability to view dictionary results for single words, access translation history and starred translations even while offline. Romanized text like Pinyin and Romaji are also supported.
[Via Google Mobile Blog]