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26 mayo, 2021

If already he Google translator It was the best application to translate texts, conversations and images, now it is even better thanks to the new functionality ‘Tap to Translate’ or ‘Click to Translate’ that Google has just introduced with the new version of its translator.

The new version Google translator includes functionality Tap to Translate that allows us perform translations without having to leave the application we are using. Thanks to this function we can translate the texts that we can copy from the applications, such as WhatsApp messages.

Tap to Translate

To enjoy Tap to Translate The first thing we have to do is update the Google translator to your new version 5.0. Once the application is updated we have to activate this option, either from the notice from the main view or from the application settings: Settings> Tap to Translate> Enable Tap to Translate and we activate accepting the permissions that they request.

Translator 5.0

Once activated Tap to Translate we just have to open any application, select a text and click to copy. Automatically a google translate bubble that when pressed it will make us a translation to the language we want, with the option of making a new translation by writing the text by hand to copy and paste it. Tap to Translate works in 103 Google Translate languages.

WhatsApp Translator

90% lighter offline languages


With the new version of the Google translator downloading languages ​​to be able to translate offline no longer takes up so much space in the storage of our device, offline packets have been reduced in size by 90%, now each language occupies about 25 MB.

Use the camera to translate images from Chinese

Finally, instant translation of images from the Google translator now allows us to use our camera to translate the texts into Chinese.

In Google Play | Google Translate (APK Mirror)
Via | Google
In Engadget Android | Google Translate integrates into Android 6.0 Marshmallow text selector