Sonico Mobile, makers of popular apps such as iTranslate and iTranslate Voice for iOS today released iTranslate for Mac, bringing the features of the corresponding iOS app to the Mac.

iTranslate for Mac sits right in your menu bar, so translations are always just a click away, no matter what app you’re working in. Simply input text, and the app will quickly process it and provide you the translated output. It’s just as easy to use as the iOS version.

The app has over 80 languages built in as well as a dictionary, so you can get meanings for translated words. Users will also appreciate the voice output feature, which makes it easy to listen to the pronunciation of your translation.

Finally, the app has support for reading non-Latin characters, with Romanization for Chinese, Russian, Arabic, Korean, and more.

iTranslate for Mac is on sale for a limited time at a 50% off introductory price of $4.99. You can grab it in the Mac App Store here.

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2 Responses to “Sonico Mobile releases iTranslate for Mac with 80+ languages”

  1. Reblogged this on Taste of Apple and commented:
    Pretty good update. I’ve used and had a good experience with the iOS version, but I just might take the Mac version for a spin.


  2. appleo says:

    The iOS version is free. The full price mac version is 9.99$, and it does the same thing as the iOS version. Doesn’t that bother you? It does to me!
    I’ll only download it when it’ll be ‘somehow’ free!