How to use Google Translate on any Android App

Google Translate is a free multilingual machine interpretation service made by Google, to translate content from one language to another. It offers a website interface, mobile applications for Android and iOS. Google Translate Supports more than 100 languages at different levels.

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The Google translate can also work on any App of your Android smartphone. This feature is called  Tap to translate. It works like a shortcut.

Here's how to enable the Translate feature on any App. 
  • Update or Download the latest version of Google translate from to the Google play store.
  • Launch Google Translate. Tap on the Hamburger icon ( 3 parallel horizontal lines ) at the Top-Left and click on Settings
  • Select Tap to Translate. On the next screen, toggle the option that says Enable Tap to

The feature enables Translate to automatically pop up within different applications after you've highlighted a text in a foreign language. When you do, a little Translate icon will show up, which you would then be able to tap to read the translation. The pop up will likewise enable you to translate text from your language back into a foreign language and vice-versa

The official Google explainer video shows how Tap to Translate works:

Have you used the Google before? What language do you usually translate the most?

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