How To Translate Languages With A Smartphone

[Use Google Translate App to Instantly Translate Any Language]

Translating languages online has become an easy task with Google Translate and several other apps. However, when traveling to other countries, it can become hard again as you cannot easily copy and translate all the signs you see around you without stable internet access.

This problem is faced by thousands of tourists each from all over the world. To provide a solution to this, Google Translate itself has evolved with the addition of an offline translation feature that works through your camera.

To use this feature, all you need to do is follow these steps:

  1. Download (iOS/Android), install and run the Google Translate app.
  2. Click the camera icon, located on the bottom left.
  3. To choose the languages you want to translate from, and to, click the languages on top (Languages are set to English and Spanish by default).
  4. Point the camera at the words you want to translate.
  5. Once the words are translated, you can save them by clicking the red camera button.

With these easy steps you can translate any signs and documents you like. Since the feature doesn’t require an internet connection you can use it anywhere and at anytime. It may not be the most accurate translation service, but it is the most consistent offline translation service on the market.

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Posted on : 15 Jun 2016 @ 09:40

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