Top 6 Translation Apps For Your Apple Watch

By Kevin Hollington - Staff Writer
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Each Apple Watch has its own set of functions and abilities, and a vibrant community of third-party applications adds to the utility of your step-tracking. Apps that allow you to get things completed, help during your trips, receive answers to your queries, and get on with your life without continuously reaching for your phone in your pocket. It also can help to cope with the language barrier you may face when you travel to other countries, work with individuals who speak a different language, or have personal relations with people whose native language is not yours.

Here is the list of the best translation apps for your Apple Watch.

  1. iTranslate Converse

This app transforms your Apple Watch into a two-way personal translator that you can carry with you everywhere you go. iTranslate Converse for Apple Watch is as simple to use as the full phone version – when you press the button and utter a sentence, the app will read it out loud to your interlocutor, whether you are talking to a policeman, waiter, or flight attendant.

iTranslate Converse also includes a textual translation, which is presented upside down to make it simpler for the other party to understand what you’re saying.

  1. IHG Translator App

Developed by InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), one of the most prestigious hotel chains in the world, the app incorporates the most popular aspects of its mobile counterpart, allowing users to “travel like a local” on any device.

Travelers can translate from English into 13 different languages in real-time by speaking straight into the watch or picking from a list of pre-loaded popular words. Translations are shown instantaneously on the device’s screen in the selected language, allowing users to read the word or phrase using phonetic spelling. There are formal, informal, and slang settings accessible.

  1. iTranslate Translator

iTranslate is a language converter iOS app that also includes a dictionary (synonyms alternative meanings). As a result, the user might benefit twice from this app.

It can correctly translate all the terms in your native language. Just like any professional online translation company, the app has over 100 languages available, which means it covers all the languages spoken in the United States, Europe, India, and other Asian countries. The conversion may be heard in both male and female voices.

Offline and speech-to-text translation services are available, however, they are premium features. There are three subscription options to choose from, depending on your needs and budget.

  1. Speak & Translate App

Speak & Translate is a voice application that allows you to speak the words and receive a translation. You can communicate with the individual in another language in this manner. It’s a fun tool to use to amaze your friends or employer who speaks a different language.

This app includes translation capabilities for all major languages. First and foremost, because English is an international language and the language of science and technology, it is utilized as a voice translator from/to any language.

  1. Microsoft Translator

Keep the Microsoft Translator on your Apple Watch Series 5 or previous watches at all times. It is one of the most reliable translation applications on the market, providing accurate results.

You can always have a trip guide with you if you have a cellular connection – no additional gadgets are necessary. Add Microsoft Translator to your Apple Watch’s home screen for easy access to the app’s features — and go back to enjoying your traveling experience.

  1. Babbel

Babbel is not exactly a translation app, it is more of a vocabulary learning game. There are no restrictions on how long you may play the game. You may check your word pocket to see whether you have a good score. It’s a fun way to learn new words while having fun.

The app is intended to integrate into your daily routine, allowing you to acquire a new language while interacting with your environment.

Every year, many people travel to new countries with little or no understanding of their native language. Translation apps may now be carried on your wrist thanks to the Apple Watch, and it is one of the most convenient features ever.

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By Kevin Hollington Staff Writer
Kevin Hollington is a seasoned tech journalist based in Los Angeles with a penchant for all things Apple. He started writing about Apple products in 2007 and it’s been a love affair ever since. He has spent over a decade testing and writing about iPhones, iPads, Macs, and other Apple products. In his spare time, he likes nothing more than catching up with the latest news and sports podcasts on the beach.
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