25 Awesome Google Translate Tricks To Start Using Today

Google Translate has opened up a whole new world of possibilities. Before its existence, travelers used language dictionaries to overcome language barriers. With Google Translate, however, we’re able to translate any word or phrase at the touch of a button or the snap of a camera. With hundreds of languages, there’s almost no limit to its capabilities. But what are some tips and tricks to get all you can out of it? Here are 25 Awesome Google Translate Tricks To Start Using Today.

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Google Translate Works with WhatsApp & Facebook Messenger

android phoneSource: http://www.telegraph.co.uk

If you own an Android phone, Google Translate is built within the Android software. Now, it’s capable of translating messages in Whatsapp and Facebook Messenger from friends who speak in other languages.

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Check for Language Accuracy

Google TranslateSource: https://www.theverge.com

Using a highly sophisticated artificial intelligence neural system, Google Translate is one of the best and most accurate non-human translators in the world. If you need language accuracy, then Google Translate is the next best thing to a human. If you’re not sure if you’re saying the right thing or need to double check your language accuracy, Google Translate is a good database to check.

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Use the handwriting tool in the app.

google translate handwriting

Sometimes it’s just easiest to write down the word to get the translation, and fortunately, the Google Translation app has you covered there as well. Clicking the handwriting button on the right side of the app will allow you to write with your finger the words you need to be translated. Easy and simple.

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Use the reverse button to check accuracy.

g translate reverse button

Taking a translation in Google Translate at face value most likely is fine, but once in a while, it might not hurt to click the “Reverse button” to see if the translation is totally accurate. On certain occasions, the translations being reversed might reveal errors and poor translations.

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Google Translate has a conversation mode.

Google translate conversationSource: https://www.digitaltrends.com/how-to/how-to-use-google-translate-app/

If you have an Android phone, and you’re not using Whatsapp or Facebook Messenger, the Google Translate app has a “Conversation Mode,” allowing you to translate text conversations on your phone.

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