Almost everyone found themselves in a situation where they had to say something in another language, but there was no translator at hand. The Android operating system and the devices that are created on it made it possible to solve this problem. The choice of applications is amazing, for example, on Google Play – there are more than 1000 of them. However, most of these programs have one significant drawback – they only work when connected to the network. In this article, we will tell you which one is better to choose an offline translator for Android.
Despite the fact that the choice of applications for making a translation is huge, many of them are unstable, bored with constantly pop-up advertisements, or simply do not fulfill their functions. One free utility available from the Google Store is probably familiar to anyone who visits foreign sites frequently – Google Translate. The best dictionary for Android, able to translate more than 80 languages, is finally available as a separate application. However, the utility has one feature – by default, it does translation only online.
Let's take a step-by-step look at how to make the program work without an Internet connection.
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How to install offline dictionaries in Google Translate
To use the utility, you need to download and install it, you can find it at.