For anyone needing to use a language they don’t know, Google Translate has been the go-to service to translate native language to foreign. The service has now turned ten, and over those ten years the evolution has been absolutely amazing.
The service started with two languages and now supports 103. It has 500 million users ... Read More »
As part of its move to simplify processes and make things easier for users, Google has added a very useful feature to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Users can now translate text directly within select apps. If a user has Translate installed on their device that’s running Marshmallow, they can simply go to a supported app, select ... Read More »
Google Translate is the best translator you can find for free (or maybe in general). On Chrome for computers, you can automatically translate foreign languages without having to go to the website, which is easy and intuitive. Unfortunately, on Android you’re stuck copying and pasting text into the Translate app, which requires quite a few ... Read More »
Google Translate is by far the best translator I’ve ever used. The Russian language is difficult to master for translators, and I’m not saying that Google Translate does it well, but it does Russian better than anything else by far. It also includes the awesome feature of instant translation using the camera.
Google Translate is a pretty fantastic service, translating better than other services and offering features like translating text in photos (on Android anyway). But with voice translation, it usually takes a while for you to finish speaking and for the app to translate it. Microsoft recently added live voice translation to text in Skype, ... Read More »
The things Google manages to accomplish with voice never cease to amaze me. Today, the Google Translate app for Android has been update with an enhanced Conversation Mode that works with a total of 14 different languages.
If you haven’t tried Conversation Mode in the Google Translate app, it’s truly amazing. All you have to ... Read More »