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1 Billion Downloads of Google Translate

1Billion Downloads of Google Translate Application
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1 Billion Downloads of Google Translate

Google apps are the most in-demand applications in the world because of the fact that they are free. One of the most successful applications is Google Translate. The app has surpassed the one billion download mark on the Google Play Store.

The application was launched ten years ago and has experienced tremendous growth in recent years. It is simple to use and has excellent translation accuracy. The application’s dictionary for various languages is extensive and up to date.

Google Translation was first launched in January 2010. The application was frequently updated, and not only the features but also the UI of the application changed over time. The application’s UI/UX is always up to date. This is why the app has been the most popular for the last ten years.

The app is not part of the Google Mobile Services core application package. These over 1 billion downloads are from users who got the app from the Google Play store, not from OEMs. This large number of downloads is not surprising given that the application is very useful and free for users.

The application is compatible with any application. The user simply selects the text, and a pop-up window appears that translates it. It can translate in 52 languages offline and has a handwriting feature that allows you to draw characters from over 93 languages.

109 languages are included in this application. In these 109 languages, the user has access to translation, pronunciation, offline translation, and camera translation. Users can also use the dark mode. Camera translation is available in 30 different languages in real-time.

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