The iPhone and iPad’s native Translate app incorporated support for more languages starting with iOS & iPadOS 16, which may be a bummer for anyone who’s currently jailbroken on iOS or iPadOS 15 by comparison.
Fortunately, iOS developer PoomSmart is out with a new and free jailbreak tweak dubbed LatestTranslate that forces the Translate app on iOS & iPadOS 15 devices support all the latest languages that the Translate app on iOS & iPadOS 16 supports to make upgrading your firmware and losing your jailbreak completely unnecessary.
In case you’re not aware of all the new languages that the Translate app added support for starting in iOS & iPadOS 16, we’ll give you a refresher. The following languages are now supported in iOS & iPadOS 16 and can be made to work on iOS & iPadOS 15 with the new LatestTranslate jailbreak tweak:
Before the aforementioned languages are added, the Translate app on iOS & iPadOS 15 would only support the following languages:
- Mandarin Chinese
For people who use the Translate app more than others, especially those who require the languages mentioned above, this jailbreak tweak will be a godsend. It’s especially nice how it incorporates support into the native Translate app, seemingly natively, without the need for a software update.
Adding unsupported features to native facets of the iOS & iPadOS mobile operating systems is a hallmark signature of PoomSmart, a developer who has demonstrated extensive talents in this field for several years. Some of this most popular jailbreak tweaks are those that port newer Emojis to older version(s) of iOS & iPadOS.
If you’re interested in giving PoomSmart’s new LatestTranslate jailbreak tweak a try, then you can download it for free from PoomSmart’s personal repository via your favorite package manager app. The tweak supports jailbroken iOS 14, 15, and 16 devices.
Anyone who isn’t already using PoomSmart’s personal repository can add it to their package manager app of choice by using the URL provided below:
Are you planning to take advantage of LatestTranslate? Be sure to let us know in the comments section down below.