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6 Best Voice Translation Apps For Android 2017

If you’ve seen the movie ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide To the Galaxy’ or have seen the 80’s TV show, you might remember several of the weird fictional technologies it introduced. But the oddest of them all was certainly the ‘Babel Fish’. Once put inside a person’s ear, the Babel Fish could translate any language that the person listens to. Although Babel Fish is shown to exist naturally, we sure wish there was such a technology to diminish language barriers.

Sure we do not have something as perfect as ‘Babel Fish’ to overcome language barriers, voice translation apps for Android certainly comes in handy. So if you have been looking for the best translation apps for Android, please checkout the list below.

  1. Google Translate

google translate

Hands down, one of the best translation apps for Android devices, Google Translate offers translation for a whopping 103 languages. It offers voice translations for 32 languages and users can also save specific translations for any future reference. This app also offers offline translations and will work regardless of internet or wi-fi.

Google Translate
Google Translate
Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free

  1. iTranslate

iTranslate

With highly positive reviews on Play Store, iTranslate will certainly be your app of choice when it comes to high quality voice translations. Users can choose between a male and female voice and also various dialects of a particular language. Pro users can make use of their voice-to-voice translation service, which makes real-time translation extremely convenient.

iTranslate Translator & Dictionary
iTranslate Translator & Dictionary

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  1. Translate Voice

Translate voice

With a generic name like ‘Translate Voice’, not a lot of users would consider downloading this app. Nevertheless, its name still doesn’t stop it from being one of the most adept voice translation apps on the Play Store. Translate Voice does exactly as it says and offers support for more than 100 languages. It’s simple interface makes it easy to use and comes totally free of charge.

Translate voice - Translator
Translate voice - Translator

  1. Voice Translator

voice translator

Talking of generic names, this app certainly gets all the brownie points. Voice Translator is a simple yet powerful app that specializes in voice translations. It also offers offline translation and is especially effective when it comes to long sentences that boggle most other translation apps. It can also detect text in images with Camera OCR and translate it into any language of your choice. Certainly one of the best translation apps for Android.

Voice Translator(Translate)
Voice Translator(Translate)
Developer: AxismobInc.
Price: Free

  1. VoiceTra

Voice Tra

With support for over 30 languages, VoiceTra is a free application that lets you translate sentences or words into any language. It uses high-precision language detection algorithms that strive to provide users with highly accurate translations. Moreover it is the perfect dictionary when you travel to a foreign country with a different native language than yours.

VoiceTra(Voice Translator)
VoiceTra(Voice Translator)
Developer: NICT
Price: Free

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  1. Microsoft Translator

Microsoft translator

One of the most advanced voice translator apps, Microsoft Translator offers voice translations for over 60 languages. It also has a camera module that can detect text and translate it into any of the supported languages. You can also share translations to other social media apps such as Facebook and Whatsapp etc. It also allows you to translate text in other apps installed on your device or smartphone.

Microsoft Translator
Microsoft Translator

The above list will certainly save you a lot of time searching the best translation apps for Android. If you think we missed any app that deserved to be on this list, please feel free to mention it in comments. Please subscribe to our posts and have a nice day!

Akshay Peter

Akshay Luke Peters is a writer and blogger for Systweak Software. He likes to write about off-beat topics and technological awareness. He is also part musician who likes to explore the future of technology in entertainment and popular media.

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