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We continue the list of translation apps for Android and iOS with five other examples:
1. TripLingo (Android, iOS)
This app will help you communicate like the locals and understand their culture. Select a country (there are more than 100 countries) and then download the package for your desired destination. For example, if you want to travel to Spain, you will have a voice translator who will translate your voice into Spanish, an image translator, a selection of key phrases in Spanish, a Wi-Fi caller, so you can make calls from abroad, and even a section on safety and cultural norms. All can be downloaded and accessed offline.
2. iTranslate Translator (Android, iOS)
This app has the function of text-to-text, voice-to-voice, as well as text-to-voice translations. With more than 100 languages supported, it is a useful communication tool to have while traveling in different parts of the world.
iTranslate has a lot of useful options, including transliteration, distribution of translations, ability to keep the translation history and add them to Favorites, as well as male or female voice translation. In addition, this app offers a visual dictionary and a glossary of phrases.
However, you need to upgrade to the premium version of the app if you want to access camera translation, conversation translation, verb conjugation guide, website translation and offline mode options.
3. Naver Papago – AI Translator (Android, iOS)
Papago is a free translation app for both tourists and those traveling abroad for business or study trips. Currently it supports only 13 languages (English, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, French, Thai, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Russian, Italian, German, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese). However, it offers interesting and useful options that are worth a try.
It can perform real-time text and voice translation, conversation translation and image translation. It also has a glossary of phrases and a dictionary. The app can be used in three ways: conversation, offline and automatic currency conversion. In addition, Papago has an interesting way of solving situations where there are several possible translations: it displays images so that the user can choose the desired context.
4. Yandex.Translate (Android, iOS)
Yandex.Translate is a translation app that supports 95 languages when used online. Offline, the application remains useful as it can perform English translations from the following languages: French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish.
When it comes to oral translation, Yandex.Translate accepts only four languages: English, Russian, Ukrainian, and Turkish.
The app also performs translations with the help of the camera or the pictures for 12 languages, namely English, French, Czech, German, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Turkish, Polish, and Ukrainian.
Furthermore, the app is capable of translating entire websites and translating into other applications. It has a dictionary which is useful in learning a new language.
5. Speak & Translate (Android, iOS)
If you are interested in translating less common languages, consider the Speak & Translate app, which translates text into 117 languages and voice into 54 languages. You can change your voice speed and select whether you want your translations to be read by a man or a woman.
For the first part of this topic, check out our article: 6 best translation apps available for free on Android and iOS (first part).
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