The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are the latest smartphones to receive the Siri Translator app for Android.
It lets you translate your voice into Arabic, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, and Japanese.
Apple says the feature is “a fantastic way to get a little more of the world into your pocket,” and it’s easy to see why.
While Siri is the default interface for English-speaking users, the Translator lets you customize the interface based on your own personal preferences.
This includes the location and language of your name, your pronunciation of words, and other options.
You can even add your own translation to Siri when you’re speaking in a foreign language, which is handy for people who might not have a good English-speaker to translate.
The Translator also has a “Translator Dialog” for users who want to find out more about how it works.
“The Dialog will help you get started in your favorite language,” Siri’s description says.
You’ll need to select a language to translate, and then type in the translation you’d like.
You don’t have to type a whole word, but you do need to type your pronunciation.
Once you’ve selected a translation, the app shows you the pronunciation and word, and you can change the sound, meaning, or content of the word.
You’re also able to add more than one word, if you like.
The app also lets you add “custom phrases” and “translation phrases” to the dictionary, which can help you recall the context of the words you’re saying.
This feature is great if you need to remember a phrase when it comes time to speak to someone in another language, for instance.
You won’t need to use the app when you want to use Siri to translate someone else’s voice.
You could also use the Translate feature to say something in Arabic and then say “Siri, translate” in English to the person who’s speaking in Arabic.
There are two other Translator Dialogs available, one for English speakers and one for Spanish speakers.
The English Dialog lets you use the English interface, while the Spanish Dialog let’s you use a Spanish translation.
Both are available on iOS and Android.