Release Note: Stand-alone iTranslate Keyboard App

As you know, our goal is to break language barriers worldwide. Whether you’re on vacation, on a business trip abroad, deal with a multicultural audience daily, or just want to improve your language skills. We’ve got you covered. But what about texting?

Based on a report from Business Insider, Americans send roughly more than 26 billion text messages every day. Yep, every day. And since language barriers also come up in written dialogues, it can be extremely tiresome when you have to copy and paste every text part in an additional translation app to express yourself in the conversation clearly. 

With that said, it’s time to say: We’ve got big news, everyone! 

Welcome our new stand-alone iTranslate Keyboard app! 

The iTranslate Keyboard is designed to solve the problem of language barriers while texting: it combines the task of translation with your phone’s keyboard and gives you instant translations with ease in any of your favorite messaging apps, e.g., WhatsApp, iMessage, or Facebook Messenger, or in any Email app. Now, you translate any text in any app instantly. Stay in touch with your friends, family, and colleagues all over the world, because we know that communication is so much more than speaking face to face with another person. 

The Key Features:

● Easy to set up

● Get effortless translations in over 100 languages

● Keyboard integrates smoothly with all apps

● Customize your keyboard to match your style

● Works with your favorite messengers, social networks and email

● Built-in Emoji keyboard

We at iTranslate are committed to developing the best and easiest-to-use solution to translation issues – also when chatting or texting in general. We want people to feel confident and comfortable when using foreign languages or when they interact with people who don’t speak the same language because we think that only together can we overcome language barriers.

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