Google Translate receives mixed reviews from customers who report issues with the app's functionality and network connectivity. Some users also criticize the new redesign, while others praise the tool's camera translation feature. Despite the flaws, many appreciate the app's free translation service and ease of use.Best for
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Translate from a photo just has an infinite loop “Looking for results”…
Hasn’t been working for weeks. Says network error every time I try to translate something. I’ve tried everything. App has data permissions, and I’ve tried uninstalling and reinstalling with no luck. Also doesn’t work on wifi or with the languages I previously downloaded. Looking around online it seems others are having the same issue. Get it together Google
Google translate is really really bad and it doesn’t work for many words like for example I tried to translate the word eras in French
but it didn’t work it just how wrote epoque this is a really bad app and you can just use google
hi please for google translate add the option for new words and sentences and videos for how to say the sentence in google translate for all languages and new languages in the future thank you 😃
need options to make the program knows what kind of orientation of the language for Camera translation
like japanese or chinese
it is a pain when the document is in vertical but the program keep trying to translate it in horizontal which made the results a bunch of meaningless words.
I think this app is wonderful. I would like to see the app support iMessage. Communicating with people of another language would be easier if this was possible. Thank you
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