Edit: where the hell did the phrase book go? I am trying for 2 weeks installing, uninstalling and reinstalling but no point! Ok app but not for professionals. Inaccurate primary translation for the primary option given. Please enable editing from English to other languages like it's enabled at the web browser.
It's okay. You can't have a proper conversation with someone with it, at least not with Chinese. You have to know the grammar very well as it directly translates the sentence so the word order does not match the way it's meant to be spelt in Chinese. And it changes Chinese names to random English names. 😕
After so many years using Google Translate (i mainly use English / Chinese) i don't really see any improvement in the accuracy of the translation, even simple sentences couldn't get them translated right. To me Google Translate is basically a quick synonym dictionory, didn't get any smarter than that.
It's quite distinctive, but there are just three things; the first one is, why don't make an access to phrasebook by just using swipe to the right or left? Secondly, please make an option for editing translation like the one on PC 💻, and thirdly, the windows phrasebook words meanings is different from the ones on the app phrasebook( this is a new problem which hasn't been before).
Love this app. Got me out of a lot of miscommunications with customers. Letting them talk into it always weirds them out at first though. Because I try to pick up what they are saying and they see the phone and think someone is on the phone to translate for them.
While it is helpful for simple words and phrases, it is not the ultimate tool. One of the few problems with this is that there is no changing the translation like the computer version. Hopefully, that will help speed along the translations.
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