Google translate also offers its services to android phones and other suitable phones as determined by the Google Play Store. This means people can access translations from anywhere and anytime. The Google translate application is able to work offline and you do not need internet connection and you can use it on a plane. Google translate is available for Gmail users to translate their emails to and from their account. It can also be made automatic so that when you read all your emails they are in particular language. Google translate also has an audio pre recorded voice for the language you are translating to in case you would like to know the pronunciation of the word. Google translate is able to translate websites and you simply have to enter the URL to your website and choose the language you would like it to be translated to.
Google translate is able to detect language if you are unsure of the language you are translating. Google translate is available on Google plus and it is now possible to take part in discussions and to comment on posts that are in a foreign language. Google blogger also has the translate feature and you can have your blogs translated and available to different audience.
Google translate has enhanced and increased translation all over the globe and is constantly adding and updating the languages it translates. It has increased communication and made the translation of books and websites possible in an easier free of charge manner. It has extended its services to Firefox and chrome. It is able to translate major languages such as French, German and English and even little known languages such as Afrikaans, Swahili (East Africa) and Basque. It has a few limitations such as it can only translate a certain length of a paragraph and this a challenge when translating character based languages such as Japanese because it will not make sense when not translated in its entirety.