Almost every Google app and service is well-liked by the general public. The fact that they are free to use is the most important factor. Yet, in addition to not being premium, they are also the best in the segment. As a conclusion, since its debut, Google Translate has been the sole king in the translating field. The Google Translate Android app has reached a significant milestone, more than a decade after its release.
In January 2010, Google launched the Google Translate Android app. The app, like any other popular app that has survived a decade, has been updated with new features and UI over period.
The Google Translate app has now been downloaded over 1 billion times on the Google Play Store, 11 years and 3 months after its launch. Because this software isn’t included in the required GMS (Google Mobile Services) core apps package, these downloads come from users instead of Makers.
It’s understandable, given that the Google Translate Android app has been available for more than a decade. Above all, there are no better free or paid applications available.
The Google Translated Android application currently supports 109 languages, as well as transcription, pronunciation, offline translation, camera translation, dark mode, and other features.