What are the best voice translator apps for Android?
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The Google Translate comes with a handful of modes that can be used in different scenarios: -Typing Mode translates between 103 languages but requires typing; -Camera Mode translates text from pictures in 37 languages; -Conversation Mode offers instant, two-way speech translation in 32 languages; -Handwriting Mode translates hand-written characters in up to 93 languages; See More
Because of Android's relatively slow updates on phones that are not manufactured by Google itself, the assistant is still not supported on some devices. In addition, some manufacturers such as Samsung have their own assistant so the Google one needs to be installed separately. See More
The source language is usually automatically inferred from the text that's being translated and the target language is a part of the voice command so no need to use extra inputs to choose them. For example asking "Good morning in Spanish" from the assistant will automatically be translated from English to Spanish. See More
Each of the BK Translate apps covers only a single set of two languages. So, for example, if you need to translate both German and French to English, you'd need to install two apps: 'French English Translator' and 'English German Translator', and use them separately. See More