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Although, Google Translate, Microsoft Translate, or Reverso Dictionary can always help in translation; it’s always a good idea to install an application dedicated to the task.

Translation apps help you big time when it comes to traveling abroad. With the help of such apps, you can establish basic communication without having to go for language speaking classes.

They will further help you in deciphering something you come across on social media, understand the menu at a classic restaurant and if you are an international student, then my friend these apps will be your savior. We have created a list of some of the best translation apps to give you hassle-free experiences.

5 Best Translation Apps


BK Translate Apps

This is basically, a developer on Google Play providing various translation apps for different languages. With the advantage of more than 150 languages to translate into, this app is used worldwide.

Some of the most popular languages including Spanish, Arabic, German, Indonesian, French, and many others can be translated using the app. Its user-friendly interface works with typing, voice, and handwriting. Fortunately, this amazing app is completely free to use. However, comes with advertisements that cannot be removed.

Dict Box

Dict Box is a universal offline dictionary which means you don’t require internet access while translating. This multilingual dictionary has several helpful features. Dict Box is available for free. However, it has certain locked features that can be accessed in the premium version for $6.49 per month.

Dictionary Linguee

This free dictionary supports various languages and is available for both Google Play and Apple App Store. Its features include an editorial dictionary, translation search, examples, quick search, offline mode, and pronunciations. Dictionary Linguee is entirely free with no ads or in-app purchases.

Google Translate

With over 500 million daily users, 109+ languages Google Translate is a winner. This multilingual translation tool by Google can translate text and websites from one language into another. It can also translate writings with your camera using it as a scanner on menus or street signs. Cool right?

Also, most importantly; it can translate your whole conversation on a real-time basis.

Microsoft Translator

How do you expect Microsoft to stay behind in the race of producing the best translating experience? It assists you in deciphering the text, voice, conversations, camera photos, and screenshots. It can translate up to 60 languages.

Microsoft Translator allows you to download languages for offline use; this feature is helpful especially when you travel without an internet connection.

Now that you have a list of five most solid translation apps, give them a try and find the best one for you.

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