Apple has approved an update to the Hebrew Translator iPhone app. The update brings iOS4 stability and compatibility improvements. It also allows you to keep the app open for multi-tasking or backgrounding.
The most significant update was the ability to copy and paste from third-party sources into the app. For example, let's say you are viewing a web page that is in Hebrew, you can simply copy the text from the web page and paste it into the translator app. The translator will then use Google's technology to convert the Hebrew (or English) into English (or Hebrew). This was one of the most requested features. Below are some screen shots of how it works:
We also enabled you to use the native Hebrew keyboard. Just go to settings and flip the switch to make that happen. Finally, we added iAds, in addition to the already existing Google Ads.