Apple has finally made its iPhone and its iPad the world’s most popular mobile platform for translating.
The latest addition to Apple’s iPhone and iPads to be translated is Spanish translator Apple Translate.
This app is the latest in a string of apps developed for the platform, which Apple introduced last year.
The app, which is free, lets users create their own translations from audio, text, images, video and videos.
The app also comes with a large library of words, phrases and phrases in Spanish, which are automatically translated into English.
Apple Translate has been around since 2012, and is designed to help people find and communicate in Spanish.
The company has built the app with support from the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which has helped it improve its translation capabilities.
Apple says the app can translate more than 50,000 words in English and up to 150,000 in Spanish per day.
It also uses a similar translation process to Google Translate, a service that is used by millions of people.
Apple is also planning to bring its translation service to iOS devices.
In June, Apple announced a new service called Siri Translation, which will allow users to easily translate text messages, videos and other types of text from one language to another.