google-translateThose who love traveling would have to learn to adapt quickly to different cultures, weather, food, and of course, language. Part of the fun in traveling would be learning the language of course, as it helps you gain some bargaining power with the locals as it shows you care to walk that bridge to know them better. Not only that, knowing another language is always an advantage, and just in case you rely a whole lot on your smartphone to carry all your information, Google Translate is here to help as it lets you save translations in your Phrasebook, while synchronizing these automatically to your Android device using the Google Translate mobile app – which means the most useful phrases that you can think up of will follow you regardless of where you are.

Getting started is a cinch, all you need to do is select Phrasebook in the app menu of the Google Translate app for Android, and sign in to your Google Account by tapping the ‘Sign in’ button at the top of your Phrasebook in order to synchronize the entire shebang. This way, you can spend more time enjoying your holiday rather than tearing your hair out whenever you meet a local and the both of you are at a loss for words. Camera-input to find translations in 16 additional languages, namely Bulgarian, Catalan, Danish, Estonian, Finnish, Croatian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Icelandic, Lithuanian, Latvian, Norwegian, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, and Swedish have also been thrown into the mix. [Press Release]

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