Language translation apps have come a long way, offering various input methods and support for dozens of languages.
Over the years, I have been fortunate to see so much of the world. I regularly travel to various foreign countries both for business and for pleasure. Although I always try to learn a few key phrases in the local language of whatever place I am visiting, I am really fluent in only a couple of languages. This is usually enough to get by on, but sometimes it can be tough to decipher the meaning of signs when you don’t speak the language. Fortunately, there are a number of language translation apps that can help in these types of situations.
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- Google Translate
Google Translate (Figure A) is a free translation app from Google. One thing that sets this app…
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