The world’s number one translation app, Google App, has added a new much awaited feature in its latest update in the Google Play Store. This latest update will enable users to save offline language packs so that translation is readily available. However, each language pack is over 100 mbs so make sure to free up some space if you want to save multiple language packs. After updating your Google translate app, simply go to menu and chose offline languages and then download different languages from the list.
Web based translation have come a long way since the time they first appeared. At the very beginning, they would just translate text word by word, not regard any other aspects, this result in the translated text practically useless. Much of that has been changed with the emergence of the Google translation. It can now hand in pretty good translations of websites. But the web based translations still have some limitations. How should we decide whether we shall do the translation on the web or get a human translator involved? ..: