Top 3 Language Translator Apps for Your Lava Smartphone


Learning a new language is no piece of cake and it takes years of practice to become truly fluent and comfortable with a new language. So, what do you do if you suddenly have to go for a trip to China and you can’t even tell the difference between Cantonese and Mandarin? With the advancement in smartphone technology, the answer is pretty simple. You download a language translator app and allow it to do all the work.

Today we’re going to tell you about the top 3 apps which you can use on your android powered Lava Smartphones , if you’re stuck in a foreign country and need to take your way out of a situation:


Google Translate:

You might have already used Google Translate a million times on your web browser but did you know that now you can carry it everywhere with you on your smartphone? Well, now you do. The app has a database of over 90 languages and doesn’t necessarily need an internet connection.

The app gives you four ways to input a word or a phrase:

  • Typing: This is the most obvious one. Type the word or a phrase and the app will translate it into any language you want.
  • Drawing: If your phone text doesn’t support a particular font, you can draw it on the touch screen and the app will recognize and translate it.
  • Speaking: If you can’t remember how to spell a word of a foreign language but you know its pronunciation, just speak the word into your phone’s microphone and let the app do the rest.
  • Pictures: The most effective feature of Google translate is that you can click a picture of a sign or a menu item and the app will read the words and tell you.


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iTranslate has the most user-friendly interface of all the translator apps. It consists of one menu with over 90 languages. Select one of them, input the word/phrase and allow the app to do its magic. You can even share the translated word in a text message, on Facebook or on e-mail so that you don’t lose track of it.

The app will also say out the word loud for you so that you don’t mess up the pronunciation. iTranslatehas both, a free version and a paid one. The paid version gets rid of the ads and can also recognize voice commands. So it is up to you to decide whether you want to shed a few extra bucks on the paid version or not. We recommend that for long trips abroad, you get the paid version.


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Duolingo is the app that you pick up when you wish to start learning a new language. So if you’re planning to move to a new country in future, its time that you download this app and start working.

This is the most fun way to learn a new language. The app teaches you common phrases, words, verb usage, pronunciations and allows you to master the language of your choice.


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