When Google had launched the Google Translate app, it was available exclusively for iPhone and iPod touch owners.
On 5 Januray 2011, Google updated its official Google Translate iOS app to include a native interface for the iPad.
The updated Google Translate heavily resembles its iPhone counterpart with larger interface elements ported to the iPad’s screen. There are three tabs at the bottom to switch between translations, favorite items and Settings. There is a microphone icon to speak directly into the device’s mic. In addition to that, you can choose between multiple languages from a popover menu.
Among the lesser known features of the app, you can specify input for English, Chinese and Spanish languages, display translations in full-screen mode, and tap on results for text-to-speech.
Google Translate 1.3 is available here.
Source: Mac Stories