Its raining iOS 5 Widgets ever since the beta version was released by Apple. The latest is the tweak that will add Google Translate to the new iOS 5 Notification System.
The new iPhone Widget is called WeeTranslate and as the name implies it will help you translate texts by using the Google Translate api. Once the widget is added to your iPhone you can input text right from the Notification Center, which is then translated into the language of your choice.
Currently, the WeeTranslate Widget for iPhone offers:
Translates to a 5-languages ??(English, Italian, Spanish, German, French).
Uses the translation engine in the world’s most famous (Google Translate).
Now, to install the WeeTranslate Widget on your iPhone 4 or 3GS running iOS 5 you must first add the following repo URL to the Cydia app store. Once updated you can then search for the WeeTranslate Widget right from your iPhone.
We already have posted an article on top 5 iOS 5 Widgets last week and now with WeeTranslate the list is going to get long. The following is the YouTube video showing the new iOS 5 widget in action.