Google Translate MODDED 2022

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28.10.2022
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Descripción

• Text translation: Translate between 108 languages by typing
• Tap to Translate: Copy text in any app and tap the Google Translate icon to translate (all languages)
• Offline: Translate with no internet connection (59 languages)
• Instant camera translation: Translate text in images instantly by just pointing your camera (94 languages)
• Photos: Take or import photos for higher quality translations (90 languages)
• Conversations: Translate bilingual conversations on the fly (70 languages)
• Handwriting: Draw text characters instead of typing (96 languages)
• Phrasebook: Star and save translated words and phrases for future reference (all languages)
• Cross-device syncing: Login to sync phrasebook between app and desktop
• Transcribe: Continuously translate someone speaking a different language in near real-time (8 languages)

Translations between the following languages are supported:
Afrikaans, Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Assamese, Aymara, Azerbaijani, Bambara, Basque, Belarusian, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Cebuano, Chichewa, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Corsican, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dhivehi, Dogri, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Ewe, Filipino, Finnish, French, Frisian, Galician, Georgian, German, Greek, Guarani, Gujarati, Haitian Creole, Hausa, Hawaiian, Hebrew, Hindi, Hmong, Hungarian, Icelandic, Igbo, Ilocano, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Javanese, Kannada, Kazakh, Khmer, Kinyarwanda, Konkani, Korean, Krio, Kurdish (Kurmanji), Kurdish (Sorani), Kyrgyz, Lao, Latin, Latvian, Lingala, Lithuanian, Luganda, Luxembourgish, Macedonian, Maithili, Malagasy, Malay, Malayalam, Maltese, Maori, Marathi, Meiteilon (Manipuri), Mizo, Mongolian, Myanmar (Burmese), Nepali, Norwegian, Odia (Oriya), Oromo, Pashto, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Quechua, Romanian, Russian, Samoan, Sanskrit, Scots Gaelic, Sepedi, Serbian, Sesotho, Shona, Sindhi, Sinhala, Slovak, Slovenian, Somali, Spanish, Sundanese, Swahili, Swedish, Tajik, Tamil, Tatar, Telugu, Thai, Tigrinya, Tsonga, Turkish, Turkmen, Twi, Ukrainian, Urdu, Uyghur, Uzbek, Vietnamese, Welsh, Xhosa, Yiddish, Yoruba, Zulu

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Permissions Notice
Google Translate may ask for the following optional permissions*:
• Microphone for speech translation
• Camera for translating text via the camera
• External storage for downloading offline translation data
• Contacts for setup and management of your account

*Note: The app may be used even if optional permissions are not granted.

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46 comentarios en "Google Translate MODDED 2022"

  1. Pretty good translations even with some slang phrases. I appreciate the new updates and features for translating using different inputs. I’m glad the app stopped prompting me to login. Happy I can easily view history of previous translated words and phrases by swiping down. I just wish there was something to indicate that’s how to view history. I re-searched words/phrases again because I couldn’t find the history at the bottom as they appeared before.

  2. Love the app. I find it is quite good on the 5 or 6 languages I use it with. I would very much like to see the camera translation feature improved for usability. I often use it to translate Chinese instruction sheets. I need a way to save the translated image at full resolution from within the app. Screens hots just don’t work well as the screen is always junked up with menu’s etc

  3. App interface is terrible now. The floating language selection bubble blocks most of your camera for translation purposes, making it so you’re unable to read text without having to wave your phone around everywhere, losing the translation in the process. Forced Lens usage slows down instant translation by a ridiculous amount. I would not recommend this to anyone in its current state.

  4. Gerson dice:

    The update ruined this app. I used to use this all the time for Japanese and it had one of the best translations available. Now the camera reads vertical characters as horizontal if they’re too close together and the option to select characters manually by swiping has been broken and replaced by two highlight cursors. If I could rate it lower I would.

  5. Wenddz dice:

    App suddenly quit working after working great for the last 6 months. The error I get is that there’s “no connection”. However my other apps and browser connect just fine. Yes I have been through all the usual fixes to no avail. Update 10/4 still getting same error. Nothing fixes it. Google is NO help at all. Frustrating since it used to be great!

  6. Mike K. dice:

    This update that takes you straight to Google lens is absolutely awful. It is impossible to read Japanese comics or books this way because you can’t select lines one at a time with your finger anymore. What an awful user experience that is completely tone deaf from how anyone might use the actual program in reality. Please bring back the previous photo mode.

  7. The new update does not work well with images at all. You now have to click and drag over the text you want to copy, but if that text is not well spaced or on the same line it gets the translation wrong. Please bring back feature to select text to translate by rubbing finger over the text of interest. I’ve installed an older version of the app, but despite unchecking the auto-update app in the Play store, the app still updates. Very frustrated and disappointed. The old version is 5star for me.

  8. I really loved this app but now it only uses the Google lense interface on photo translations. It super imposes the translations on the photo instead of letting me pick which section I want, making it impossible to get better context or make sure things are translated in order. Harder to read, too because the text is tiny. It’s a shame because the translations are pretty accurate.

  9. New update is horrible. The UI is terrible now, the Google lens doesn’t properly differentiate Japanese words, and clumps them together strangely. The quality of the translations has also seemingly decreased by a LARGE margin. It was just getting to a point of amateur human translation, and it’s now plummeted back to nonsensical machine translated sounding garbage. The app was wonderful before this update and I used it multiple times a day. I guess now I’ll have to find an alternative.

  10. Update 9/2022.. the user interface really stinks compared to how it was a year or two ago. Also, the most negative thing about this app is the off-line mode isnt available unless a flag is generated by the OS being in ‘Airplane mode’. It will tell you it can’t translate because of a lack of a connection, but the instant you put it in the airplane mode, it works. How about triggering the off-line mode instead of the stupid message??

  11. The lastest update ruined this app, the app was fine UI and functionality wise, now it feels like everything has been regresed. Can’t select texts, google lens already has issues finding and sorting text and pictures, history, copy and paste texts are extremely unintuitive. Hopefully the apps get sent back to a version before this. Very bad change.

  12. Updated 9/2022 The new interface is all but unuseable for Japanese at least. Gone are the days of getting to easily slide your finger across characters for simple translation. Now it’s all double taps and terrible formatting. Additionally, why does Google now require access to my camera and gallery to translate? It used to provide better translations WITHOUT access to my personal things. A worse translation with more privacy invasion? WHO WANTS THAT??? It was good while it lasted, but no more…

  13. Mila Weiss dice:

    Don’t like recent update either. Now I can’t use the app in split screen. When I need to translate, I have to memorize the term/phrase, switch apps, type it in, go back to original app to confirm, go back to Translate to get the translation. (Not all apps allow copying of their text, so copy/paste is not an option.) Hopefully removing this feature was an oversight that will be fixed in the next update. In the meantime, I’ll definitely be looking for a translator that works in split screen.

  14. The previous instance of the app had a clean interface and was simple to use. It also kept a list of all your translations in case you needed to quickly pull one up. Now it no longer keeps a log. Instead you now have to favorite each and every translation to keep a list of phrases and sentences. Also the UI is so dumbed down that it’s even more cumbersome to navigate and use. If you have a previous version installed, do not update and keep it as long as you can, otherwise find another translator

  15. Until a month ago, it has been a great and useful app! Yes, have updated and adapted to the latest version. Never a big fan of change, but actually works out great when getting use to it. However, have had a recent glitch with the “Can’t translate, check your connection and try again” a month ago and has not gone away. Have tried on WiFi, network, Googled fixes, etc. No joy. Only works in conversation mode, just not on regular translation (typing). No reply a month ago to feedback.

  16. It’s not perfect for all dialects of any one language, but it’s not bad for the basics! What I mean is for Spanish people each region has their own way of saying things and you just have to learn how to take your basic knowledge and and it to your experiences!! I’m sure it the same with other people in other countries also, just like English from the UK, to USA , to Australia, and to any where else that it’s spoken! This is a guide to help, and it works pretty well!

  17. I still think the latest interface change early 2022 is not as good as the previous version. However after working with it i have gotten used to it. Still not as user friendly as the older version. The app itself though is quite good and the quality of the translation continues to improve. Love the realtime translation using the camera. All in all still an good app!

  18. There’s one thing it doesn’t have that I really want: A constant translation mode for a headset. It’ll translate a conversation OK, but it listens, stops listening while it speaks, then starts listening again. I get that you need to make sure that it doesn’t take it’s own output as input. But a headset solves that, and a constant translation mode would make it usable for watching shows, listening to speeches, and – if both participants have the setup – near real time conversations.

  19. Tomas Kuli dice:

    You’ve completely ruined this app. The bubble that would pop up when you highlighted text was so convenient. Now it doesn’t recognize text on the screen. Ex. I highlight German, but it acts like I highlighted English. It used to work with Duolingo. It would recognize the language text and automatically switch between English and the language perfectly. Somehow it knew which keyboard was needed. Now that’s broken, too. Everything is broken. And yes I’m using the latest, I’m latest update! 😡

  20. Google screwed up one of their best apps and made it into one of their worst apps. You must attach translations to an account. You must be online. You must go through the camera flow every time you want to use a picture saved on the device. The transcription for the camera and the gallery now consistently fails more often with shots that worked perfectly fine before. Horrendous. You can clearly tell no user feedback was taken into consideration, nor will it be, judging from these review replies.

  21. It’s pretty good for what it is, but… could you guys make it so we can select videos that were already recorded too? I want to translate my videos but can’t. No app translates words on the video, all the other apps just translate captions from video but not words that appear on paper, signs, computers, etc on videos. PLEASE make this a thing. You’ll be the only one to do this and it will help a lot.

  22. With some recent update I’ve lost the ability to scroll across my text input to edit it. This is so frustrating, not just for issues related to translating, but in simply typing anything. Also when I tap on “Enter Text” it bring the google acct. Window up. I would immediately stop using any website/app that has this issue if I could. This should be fixed. Also I am using a Pixel 6a.

  23. I just used this app for the first time. I am over the moon thrilled with what I was just able to accomplish. I work as a healthcare provider with minimal translation resources. Today I had a patient with translation needs. Granted I haven’t used this service in a few years, but I was astonished to see the conversation mechanic. Using this feature was easier than using a third personal to translate,in my opinion. The picture function is sweet too!

  24. Terrible update ruined a good app. I don’t know how much they paid the new designer to remove all functionality and stability, but whatever they got it was too much. I wish I could go back because the only changes are removing useful tools and windows, the ability to resize the handwriting pad is gone, multi window mode is now useless and can crash the app. Horrible. I’m editing my review months later, now the app cannot even be used split-screen. Why is there constant downgrades???

  25. The recent update made this utterly useless. Before, I could highlight the text of my choice and it would give me the kanji readings and not just the translation. Now, it selects everything always and won’t give me the Japanese text so I can look things up myself. This is especially egregious when the text is vertical and read right to left, it gives you GIBBERISH.

  26. Got rid of the granular selection on camera translate and replaced it with Google Lens which is NOT what I want. I want to be able to select a sentence and translate it individually; I can no longer do that. NO ONE asked for this type of regressive functionality! Why do you constantly insist on changing things for the worse that weren’t broken in the first place???

  27. Pride dice:

    The only issue I have is that the app sometimes puts two spaces at the beginning of translated sentences instead of one, even when there is only one space at the beginning of the sentence in the original text. A slight irritation for most uses, but very inconvenient for large projects that require proofreading.

  28. My camera no longer works, I used this app for image & audio translation. The translations were never very good, but my reading comprehension is intermediate so I can tell when there are mistakes. If reverso or Microsoft translator app had these 2 features, I’d have deleted this app a long time ago. The UI has become so bad it takes multiple clicks for the simplest things. Since it’s taken over my camera, I’m going to have to delete it anyway. And it keeps asking to backup w/ every word !

  29. I really do not like these changes to Google translate particularly the translation history. I do not want my translation history saved ever. Period. However, I do want to keep and use my phrasebook (now called saved translations) across all devices. But it appears that in order to keep my phrasebook I also have to keep the translation history and continuously manual delete it. The previous version completely met my needs. I hate that these companies can’t just leave the software alone.

  30. Brock B dice:

    As someone who used this app daily for almost 6 years, I must say, the latest update is so depressing. Many features are gone. For example, when translating into a language that does not use Roman characters, the Roman characters are no longer visible underneath. It is only possible when you translate a single word..but not a sentence. Also, if I translate into one language, and then simply want to change it into a different language, I’m not able to do so. I must completely retype. And more..

  31. Prefekt dice:

    This app was flawless before they redesigned the interface. Several key features were removed, at the expense of the new design. What a waste. Don’t even bother with this app. Edit: Nevermind. I was able to find my favorite features such as translate using camera or import an image to translate from. They were just hard to find at first, but the app is still good. Definitely recommend.

  32. The new (ish) interface isn’t great. It seems undesirable to have a giant place to type something to translate. It seems more useful to show your translate history. I also liked how before, you could see the phonetic pronunciation as well as the character for Chinese, for example. Now you have to click on it to see that which is an extra step

  33. Rin Miles dice:

    It’s good for text, but slow. It doesn’t pick up audio or anything majority of the time unless it’s completely quiet in the room except for who’s talking, even after you’ve downloaded a language to use offline. The audio just doesn’t work usually. Overall it’s not good when you need a quick translation to help with customers if you need to use it for that.

  34. Lions Den dice:

    It used to be really good smooth transitions easy to translate back and forth with suggested button clicks. Deleting your history so you can free up space was very easy. Now you have to jump through five different screens to delete your history and whenever you’re translate you have to click three or four different things just to translate every single time. Thinking of uninstalling it permanently this new update is terrible. I wish they would bring back some of the old features.

  35. Karl S. dice:

    Nicely designed with many useful features, but be careful of the translations. It will often translate sentences incorrectly, but if you tap “reverse translate” you can usually weed out the bad answers. It is nicely complemented by Microsoft Translator. It works best with the major languages. If you use Gboard, the layout will change to match the input language in Translate!

  36. Bill Meah dice:

    I don’t know what they’re thinking here with this application but the previous iteration of this app was perfectly fine and worked really well. Translations weren’t the best sometimes and, I don’t know…maybe you developers should concentrate on THAT. Not always is it good to change in app and relocate everything. It was very easy to use and everything was there available including history which you could just scroll down to see. I expect to see your canned, condescending response below….

  37. Despise the new UI. The history is much harder to look through. Great “improvement” (sarcasm expressed) Edit/reply: i did not have to use that step to get to the history, it was perfectly obvious to see and understand in a list for before without having to open a sub-menu. And the previous method to look through translation history was in a newest to oldest order, but now it’s in some new kind of order that makes it difficult to look through. Completely unnecessary update.

  38. John Banks dice:

    My wife have relied heavily on Google Translate for 5 years as expats living in Central and South America. English-Spanish translations were fast and effortless with text and voice modes, though the character recognition feature was a little clumsy. It was a true workhorse we used multiple times everyday. The last week of May 2022, a new version was installed that brought the app to a dead standstill. Now all I get is error messages. As a retired IT professional I wonder about the test process.

  39. App is ruined with the “new” interface. Many features removed or worthless. The write in functionality is most notable, you cannot resize the window anymore for larger writing space. Using this app in split screen mode and trying to use the write in feature makes it only smaller and harder to use while multitasking. In landscape mode you cannot select write in mode because in order for the button to appear, you need to tap the text box; Which in landscape the keyboard covers it completely.

  40. Occasionally, it tells me it can’t translate because it’s offline, even when I’m connected to the internet. I verified I was connected by using the browser version. I tried uninstalling then reinstalling, but the issue still occurs periodically. It does work offline with downloaded languages, but only after turning on airplane mode.

  41. So frustrating! Transcription usually turns itself off after a couple words when speaking. Also, the app doesn’t remember the previous language settings. It always switches to language detection, which is so dumb when you are traveling in a foreign country. Mainly because you can’t switch translation direction when a language isn’t set. 2 stars because besides the terrible UX, I depend on it for survival.

  42. Google translate is unusable in the latest version. When using the camera to translate text, instead of being able to see the original text in the photo and select just the portions you want to translate, it automatically translates all the text, covering the original with the translation. In translating Chinese to English, for example, if I need to translate only a few characters from a block of text, I have no way of doing so, as all the original text is translated and blocked from view.

  43. I don’t know when this app updated but now there’s no way to take a picture and scan it to translate things it just opens up Google lens. Done with this app I guess. Too bad, it used to be good. EDIT: In regards to your response (thank you), I guess you aren’t understanding, Google Lens has floating bubbles that completely cover the text to be translated, not allowing you the option to scan and highlight certain individual words of the original text unless you take the time and manually type it

  44. David F dice:

    Great translating app. I thought it was a bad app at first, some things just did not make sense. I asked our Korean translator to look at what I had questions on, she verified the translations were correct. I use the camera and text everywhere. Voice comes up with some crazy interpretations, I don’t use that part.

  45. Scurvy P dice:

    With the latest update, flipping the languages back and forth in order to see how the translation is from both languages doesn’t work. For example, typing ‘I am’, to be translated into Slovak, translates as ‘Som’, which correct. But hitting the ‘flip’ button which is supposed to show the same translation but from Slovak to English, shows instead the same phrase ‘I am’ in the Slovak box and translates it to ‘I am’ for English. Obviously worthless. Hopefully the app soon goes back to its former.

  46. RKT dice:

    Using the “tap to translate” feature in the notification bar is now slower than just opening the app itself. The whole original purpose was convenience; I highlight the text I want to translate, hit copy, and the 𝘛𝘢𝘱 𝘵𝘰 𝘛𝘳𝘢𝘯𝘴𝘭𝘢𝘵𝘦 feature would just translate the most recent thing in my clipboard, but now, I both have to manually backspace whatever was previously there (a potentially several-days-old translation) AND hit paste. Defeats the f***in’ purpose. It’s a step backwards.

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