Being proficient in more than one language isn’t up everyone’s alley. Thanks to Google Translate, it has become easier than ever to understand unfamiliar tongues in written and audio forms. As a seasoned traveler and a multilingual individual, I can personally tell you how darn useful this app is. If you tend to lose track of alphabet systems, can’t find the right words in a certain language, or just need to translate something for whatever reason, then it’s a good idea to use the Google Translate widget.
I can’t count the number of times I’ve used Google’s translation tool to decipher foreign documents or understand the ingredients in imported products. I’ve used the app to look for the right Uber by identifying unknown numerals abroad and even double-checked translation work that I myself commissioned for official documents. If you’re a frequent user like me, you should have this widget on your home screen. This will help you to quickly access the app without fumbling through your phone. Let me show you how to set up and use the Google Translate widget.