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Solving Communication Barriers: 4 Best Language Translator Apps

by Rohan Mathew

Solving Communication Barriers: 4 Best Language Translator Apps

Did you know that there are over 7,000 known languages around the world? If you love traveling and are considering traveling somewhere where you are not familiar with the language, you are in the right place. We have put together this short guide to share information on the best language translator apps out there.

Keep reading to learn more about the top translation apps you can download.

1. BK Translate apps

This is a free app that you can download on your mobile phone and it offers dozens of languages. It allows you to choose the language you want to translate to from English and vice versa.

It also allows you to input full sentences if you prefer instead of just a single word. You can either type it in or use voice-over, making the app super easy to use.

Keep in mind that with this app there are random advertisements (hence why it is free) and there currently is no option to pay to remove the ads.

2. Translate Now

This app has over 60 languages that you can choose from and you can download it on either an Android or iOS phone. If you are planning on traveling to Asia this is a great option because it covers several Asian languages and dialects.

You have the choice of speaking or writing to get your translations. A pro about this app is that it reads back the translation, making it easier to learn how to say the translated words or sentences.

Keep in mind that if you are ever in a situation where you are trying to communicate with another party and you have a language barrier you can opt for phone translation assistance.

3. Translator With Speech

This app covers 92 languages to translate. This is another app that also pronounces the translated words to ensure that you are saying everything correctly. Translator with speech will store earlier translations which can come in handy when you use the same phrase in the future, and you do not need the internet to access your previous translations.

Another pro is that it supports seven languages for offline translations. If you are traveling to a new country then you can use the app without worrying about roaming fees if WiFi is not readily available.

4. Google Translate

Google Translate is available on Android and on iOS. Not only can you type in words and sentences to translate, but you can also take photos of signs and it will translate them for you.

This app has over 100 languages and it is free.

Now You Know the Best Language Translator Apps

We hope that now that you know what the best language translator apps are you can make an informed decision on which one suits you best. Once you find the best one for you then you can feel more confident traveling abroad.

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