19/10/2013

Free Translate for Android lets you translate from and to 40 languages

Free Translate for Android is a lightweight tool that connects to online servers to translate your queries between 40 different languages. The app is quite simple to use and doesn’t drain down your resources when you are not using it.

When you open the app, it will start loading a website, I don’t know which one. The loaded site looks as shown in the snapshot. You are supposed to enter the text you want to translate in the text field. Set the language you have written the text in and then the language you want to get that text in. After that, all you need to do is press the Translate button. Once the translated text appears, we get the option to listen to the text in the target language, copy the translated text and to share the translation on Facebook. The last option is a really nice one at times when you want to share a status update in a foreign language.

The supported languages are:
Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (simple), Chinese (traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Haitian, Hebrew, Hindi, Hmong Daw, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Norwegian, Persian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Vietnamese

I tried translating from English to Hindi and vice versa. The translations were decent except in the cases where I used local phrases and it just translated it word to word. Nothing extraordinary there. I have tried that with other translators out there and no one fares better.


Whenever you think about Translating, the first thing that comes to your mind (or at least mine) is Google Translate. So, at point or another, we shall have to compare these two apps. This app isn’t polished at all as compared near the Google Translate. Google Translate offers translation of far more number of languages. This brings me to the conclusion that you would want to sue this Translator only in two cases: Either you hate Google Translate for no particular reason or Google doesn’t translate to your language as well as Free Translate does. Still, as the app is free, you should surely give it a try if you are unsatisfied with any other translator you have previously tried. You might just end up liking its simpicity. Download Free Translate for Android for free either here or by clicking the button below.
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