Best Translation Apps for Android and iOS

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Android and iOS are the best mobile platforms in the market which have almost all types of apps available on Google Play Store or App Store or various third-party resources. On the other hand, the technology has evolved day by day with the help of several developers and developers have developed several smart applications that can solve real problems in moments. For example, you want to translate a foreign language into your native language. It is now possible if you are using an Android mobile, since there are various applications that can be useful at these times.



Suppose you want to go on vacation where not everyone speaks your language, or you don't know their local language. Therefore, it would be a problem to communicate with the people there. To solve this problem, here is a simple solution. You can use these apps to translate foreign language into your favorite language.

Best Android and iOS Apps for Live Language Translation

Since this feature is not available in many apps, the list of this app is quite small. In fact, there are only three apps that can do this job without any problem, and all of them are listed below.

 Google Translate

As the name suggests, this is developed by Google, the web giant. It makes no sense to say that Google Translate is free to download and you can download this app on Android as well as iOS devices. However, you must have iOS version 9.1 or later. If you are using an Android mobile, make sure it has Android 4.0 or later. Otherwise, you will not get the functionality mentioned above.

The Google Translate app can scan any language using the camera, and you'll be able to see the translated version on your screen in moments. It doesn't require any special downloads or anything else. The only drawback is that it only supports 37 languages, and English is one of them. Therefore, the large number of people can use this application without any problem.



The user interface of Google Translate is quite good, and you don't have to face any problem while starting with this application. To start using, you need to allow this app to access your camera. Otherwise, he will not perform the translations at all costs. You can choose the output language from the same interface. Therefore, you can scan the foreign language text through your camera and the translated version will appear on your screen right away.

Download: Android, iOS

Waygo

Waygo works great on Android as well as iOS devices. Talking about compatibility, you can download the Waygo app on iOS 8.0 or later. In case you have an Android mobile, and you want to download it on your Android device, make sure you have Android 3.1 or later. That said, Waygo can be downloaded on almost all Android and iOS devices that are running today.

Waygo works perfectly, but it has some drawbacks. Waygo does not support a very large number of languages ​​like Google Translate. In fact, it only supports four languages. That said, you can convert or translate Korean, Chinese, and Japanese to English only. Therefore, if you are visiting Kora, China or Japan without any language support, you can use this tool to translate the text into English perfectly.

The workflow of this app is pretty much the same as Google Translate. You need to allow him access to your camera. Otherwise, it will not be able to scan your language because it scans the text using the camera. It can be a laptop, desktop computer screen, newspaper, bulletin board, or anything else. You can translate almost anything from these languages ​​into English in a matter of moments.



Download: Android, iOS

Microsoft Translator

When you need a fancy Android or iOS device, but you don't have much space in your internal memory, you can opt for the Microsoft Translator app for Android or iOS. Speaking of availability, this app is available for iOS 10.0 or later and Android 4.3 or later for free. That being said, you can download this app almost any iPhone and Android mobile in the world today, as almost all of them work on these platforms. The first drawback is that you cannot download Microsoft Translator for iPad.


If you've used a translation app like Google Translate before, you won't have any problems setting it up to suit your needs. It works like all other apps of similar category.

That said, you need to allow access to your camera because it uses the camera to scan text. However, there is no barrier like the Waygo app. That said, you can translate almost any language into any other language. From Spanish to English, or from French to German – everything is a simple thing or a workaround in this application.

Like Google Translate, you need to open your camera through this app to scan the text, and it will display the translated text on your screen right away. It's fast but not as fast as Google Translate.

Download: Android, iOS


That's all! These are the three apps that can do your job without any hassle. If you don't want to think twice and opt for an app, you can install Google Translate, which is free and you don't need to spend a single dollar. On the other hand, Microsoft Translator isn't bad either. The third choice would be Waygo.


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