Google has quietly updated its Translate app for Android platform with a new Holo user interface to match the design richness of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update. With cleaner looking facelift, the Translate app also gets support for more languages for text to speed functions. This is a free app from Google but requires data connection for the text to speech translation synthesis.
The Google Translate App for Android allows translating text that includes words and phrases of over 64 languages. This app also supports speech-to-text synthesis and currently supports 17 languages. With the new update, Google has also added text-to-speech support for up to 40 languages.
Translate for Android also allows Speech-to-Speech conversing feature which is currently in alpha stage and supports upto 14 languages.
With the new Holo UI implementation, the Translate app now appears to be friendly and looks cleaner to use.
You can get the new Translate for Android from Google Play store.