Google Translate Cross 1 Billion Downloads on the Play Store

Many users enjoy Google apps and services. The main reason is that downloading is free and Google apps are also the best on the market. Google Translate's Android version has seen remarkable success in passing the Google Play Store's 1 billion downloads. The outstanding Android app launched almost 10 years ago, has seen tremendous development in recent years. Now, Google Translate has reached an important milestone.

Google's Android app Translate was released in January 2010. In the last years, new add-ons and a UI user interface have been updated to fit all those common apps for 10 years now.

In 11 years and 3 months since its launch, the Google Translation Application has been downloaded from the Google Play Store over 1 billion times. There are downloads made by users, not OEMs since the software is not part of the mandatory core apps package of Google Mobile Services.

However, the Google Translate Android app has been very helpful since its launch is not unexpected. First of all, the application is excellent, supportive, and free.

From now on, 109 languages are supported in the Google Translated Android application, including localization, pronunciation, offline translation, camera translation, and dark mode. You will translate between 109 languages in this application. Moreover, the Android app allows you to easily translate something in 30 languages from your camera.

In addition, Google Translate works on any application, just copying the text to any formulation and the translation will show up. Google has also nearly 52 off-line languages and a handwriting mode, where characters can be drawn in 93 languages.

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