No doubt that Google Translate (translate.google.com for web version) is one of the best language translators which is unequivocally free of cost and powered by Google. You can easily translate an unknown language in your mother-tongue. I have been using it for a long while since I am not yet so acquainted with English (English was/is not my first language). And I am pretty sure that you have already used it at various situations either the web version or the mobile version. The web version cannot be accessed offline when you can use Google Translate offline with the mobile version from your Android device.
Generally, it requires valid data connection until or unless you do something with it. If you go to translate something without internet connection, you will be greeted with the following error message.
How to use Google Translate offline?
This is however very easy. You just have to download language pack(s). But this language packs are not available of all languages. You can get the following language;
- English (in-built)
- Haitian Creole
To download those language packs, just go to menu under Google Translate and select Offline languages. Then click on anyone.
As those language packs are quite high in memory, you will get the following warning to save bandwidth. Just ignore it and press OK button.
That’s all! You have almost done. Hope it would help you everytime.
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