In Using quick Translate on your Android Phone, Google provides a quick and easy way to get translations of texts and spoken words on Android. Learn how to make Google Translate work for you faster than ever before with a few quick steps.
Google Translate widget is not a new feature from the app and is available on most existing devices running at least Android 5. Instead of using a simple app shortcut on your phone’s home screen, you can open the app directly to the features you use the most. Such as dictation-translate, live voice translations (including real-time chat translations with compatible devices) and live text translations.
To add the Google Translate widget to your smartphone’s home screen, follow these simple steps:
1-Long press on an empty area on the home screen of your phone.
2-Choose the Widgets option.
3-Scroll to the translation application.
4-Expand the option and drag the Translate Quick Actions widget to the home screen.
With the widget you have a set of shortcuts for many features available in the Google Translate app. For example, it is possible to quickly get a translation from a copied text snippet. Just go to the home screen and tap the clipboard icon in the widget.
With the widget you have a set of shortcuts for many features available in the Google Translate app. For example, it is possible to get a quick translation from a copied text snippet, just go to the home screen and tap the clipboard icon in the widget.
Using Fast Translation on Your Android Phone
The icons at the bottom will depend on the size of the widget and smartphone capabilities. But on the Pixel 6 smartphone, you can find the following options:
1-Audio translations first.
2-Then Real-time speech translations.
3- Then (Near) live transcriptions in real time.
4-Then Instant camera translations.
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