Google Translate app in PC - Download for Windows 11/10/7 and Mac

Install Google Translate Android in PC (Windows 11/10/7 and Mac)

Google Translate For PC

In Tools by Developer Google Inc.
Last Updated: November 09, 2023
Reviewed by Dilawar Pirzada

Google translate: Thank you so much! A brilliantly useful app which lets you translate in 103 languages by typing. Talk about making the world into a global village.

Since the birth of social media (Facebook, Twitter, my space, Instagram etc) people have been connecting on a much broader scale. I happen to know bloggers from Australia, France and even Kenya. It’s true that English is a universal language but sometimes it’s fun to know some other languages. Or at least it’s fun when you can type in another language.

For those still living in the Middle Ages let me tell you how it works. As I’ve mentioned before it has the capability to translate between 103 languages. That’s when you have internet though. But even without internet you can “offline translate” in 59 languages. It can be used with any app that has text in it. Just copy text in any app and your translation pops up. Easy peasy!

Google translate supports instant camera translations as well. How many of us have Japanese cars nowadays? The navigation system is wired in Japanese. You can just capture the text via smart phone camera and Google translate will translate it for you in 38 languages. That’s just tip of the iceberg. Some of the food items you buy have different language written on it. Or maybe you have documents from a different part of the world. Now you know what to do.

One of the best features of this app is conversation mode. Two-way instant speech translation in 32 languages. Your voice will be first converted to text and then translated in one of the languages. Same happens with the other person. Amazing is the fact that it’s accurate and fast.

Even doodling some text can get you a translation! Draw text characters instead of pounding the keyboard keys and get translation in 93 languages. Save your usual translated words and phrases for future references. Convenience at its peak!

Google Translate APK and Features:

  • Translate any text in 103 languages.
  • If you’re a cave person (without internet) it can help you translate in 59 languages.
  • Use your camera to capture a piece of text and then translate it for you.
  • Import pictures for better quality translations.
  • Converse In a different language.
  • Translate speech in 32 languages.
  • Translate handwritten pieces of texts
  • Save phrases and words for future references.

Oh and did I mention that Google claims it to be faster than many human translators. Hooked yet? Download the app on play store for android and app store for apple users.

Google Translate Alternatives

Following is the list of Google Translate alternatives you may want to try.

1. U Dictionary Translator

U Dictionary is a FREE dictionary and translation app, Enjoy translating totally offline of 58 languages.

2. Microsoft Translator

Microsoft Translator is a personal translation app to translate text, voice, conversations, camera photos and screenshots.

3. iTranslate Translator

iTranslate Translator enables travelers, students, business professionals, employers, and medical staff to read, write and speak in the desired languages and translate anywhere in the world.

4. Hi Dictionary - 135 languages

Hi Dictionary is a free language dictionary & translator & learn English app that supports offline reversible references for 108 languages.

Google Translate APK file details:

Best Android Emulators Bluestacks & Nox App Player
Operating Systems Windows 7,8/10/11 or Mac
App Developer Google Inc.
App Updated November 09, 2023
APK Version
Category Tools
Android Version Required for emulator Android 7.0 and up
APK File Size 27.12 MBs
File Name com-google-android-apps-translate-7-17-60-578892159-1-release_SOFTSTRIBE.apk
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About the Author

This article has been edited by Dilawar Pirzada. He has been writing on the web since 2013. He's passionate about Android, WordPress and helping novice users find their way on the web. You can follow him on LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook.

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