Apple has just released an app called Apple App Translation (or “aT”) that offers a free translation service to users of the Google App Store, allowing them to easily translate their native language to other languages.
The translation service is available for users of any iOS device, including iPhones and iPads.
Users of the app can also download a Google translation file, and have it automatically translated into their language.
Users who wish to use the service will need to register a Google account and log into the app using their Apple ID.
The app’s creators said the service is “an alternative to the more expensive translation services offered by Google or Apple,” and that users can access it by entering a translation query and choosing “English translation” as the translation.
While the free service does not have a paid version available, it is available as an in-app purchase for $9.99, with no subscription required.
Apple has also updated its iOS app with an option to translate a book, but the service still requires users to log into their Apple account to access it.
Apple App Translate will be available to users in English, German, French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, and Traditional Chinese on iOS devices on September 11.
The service is currently available in the U.S. only, and Apple has no plans to roll it out to other countries in the future.