Google Translate 2018: Instant Interpreter!

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Take a look at the Google Translate app– a futuristic app that translates languages on the go.

If you travel a lot, Google Translate can make a huge difference! Learn how Google Translate can help you translate signs, and hold a conversation– even if you don’t have internet access on your phone.

In this video:

– 1:02 Google Translate Demo
– 2:09 Translate conversations

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48 Comments

  1. And all this time, I thought Google Translate was only available via the web interface. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, I traveled to Spain, China & Brazil (party central there lol) and always used the web interface to translate. I didn't know this is available as an app at all (quoting Flo from Good Times, "DAMNNNN! DAMNNN! DAMNNN!" 😂😂). I downloaded it and I will explore this one. It's DOPE! LIT! DA BOMB! Thank you so so much for sharing this. YOU DA MAN! 🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌

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  2. Hello Steve! I use the App a lot for translating text and taking photos of signs etc. I was on the phone today with a man who was speaking portuguese and I wondered if it is possible to use the App to translate in this situation?

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  3. Hi Steve I am trying to figure out how to use a app for Facebook messenger to translate English to German and then German to English when they reply to me do you have any suggestions ? Thanks I hope you can help me with this. Rich

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  4. Please download the offline for Croatian. Mine sounds like a robot, not a person. All other languages sound crisp, nice, like a real person (German, Spanish, Italian) as for Croatian it sounds bad, very bad. *only the downloadable file

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  5. Downloaded Google translate before seeing this & used the camera scan for the 1st time today. Very pleased as them I could email the saved text to my gmail & then print it out. A fantasic time & effort saver to enable me (despite a few oddly translated words), to annotate & ensure I fully understand any docs from the authorities here in France. This video explained further the 'on the spot, translation ability, when in conversation..Really worth having. 4/5. Thanks !

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  6. I saw this earlier on a Japanese/Amercian introducing a manufacturer's (Langogo tranlator) and comparnig it to Google's verson. They both were pretty accurate. …and this is why I am watching your youtube to see how to download the correct one. Langogo was $269 versus' FREE from goggle. No brainer. You should test it w/ sayings like, "It's raining cats and dogs" Sometimes it will not work or moreover give you something totally different meaning. Also, you should for shit and giggles do curse words too! You know, most people learn the curse words in languages first. LOL!

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