An indispensable app for expats, those who love travelling or even anyone simply learning a new language. The translations are complete, accurate and the app is very easy to use.
Google Translate for Android is Google's official translation application for Android mobile phones and tablets. It enables you to translate words, phrases, paragraphs, or an entire text into the target languages. You can use the translator in any app even without the Wi-Fi connection.
Multilingual: Google Translate allows users to translate between 103 languages
Offline mode: You can also translate text when offline in up to 59 different languages.
Visual translation: Instant camera translation when you place your camera over a text and the app will translate in up to 88 languages for you. The app can also translate via photo that you have either taken or imported (in this case, up to 50 languages).
Conversation and handwriting translation: Translate bilingual talk on the go in real-time or use the app to analyze and translate handwriting.
Vocabulary: There is a phrasebook in which you can save useful key phrases for use at a later time. You can sync your phrasebooks across different devices, between the app and desktop.
How to Enable Tap to Translate in Google Translate?
To start using Google Translate you need first of all to turn it on. To do so, open the app, at the top left select Menu and then go to Settings. Finally tap Tap to Translate and switch the toggle on. Now anytime you want to translate a word or a phrase in any app, simply tap on it and you’ll see the exact translation.
Is Google Translate Free?
The Google Translate app is free to use and download.
Is Google Translate Safe?
The size and the required version of Android vary with the device.
Google Translate for Android is also available on iPhone.