Showing posts with label Android. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Android. Show all posts

How To Uninstall Multiple Apps In Android Phone At Once

Smartphones are one device that is showing rapid growth in the usage process over the years. We see how every single person around us is a smartphone user. When smartphones were introduced with plenty of features in it, everyone eventually started to take advantage out of it. With this we see there are many operating systems that have implemented their new models of smartphones. That is when the iPhones and the android smartphones started to shine brighter out of all. When we talk about iPhones, we see so many new updates are being released once in a while to make it better.

All the new updates gives us new features. We use the google playstore to install new applications and the same playstore is used to update the apps. That way the playstore is also an important element found in the android smartphone. It provides the users with new materialistic designs and is capable to ensure the users to customize the android smart devices with new apps to change things the way they want without complications, which improves the user’s experiences. When we go to talk about all the works that can be done using the google playstore, we will have plenty of things lining up as a huge list but today I am here to show the android users’ a new trick that can be done using the playstore in a much easier way.


Imagine your phone storage is full and you can’t work on it properly or your phone isn’t processing right because of the storage problem. Sometimes having a lot of apps can make your phone lag and be a hindrance to you. Thereby you will want to delete some of the apps that you don’t use much from your android smartphone to clear up some space. How would you actually do this? Would you want to sit and delete one by one and then wait for it to completely delete off from your phone or will you want a better option than that? What if you can delete multiple applications at once from your android smartphone? Yes, now you can do that. To do this you doesn’t have to have any extra apps or install any new third party apps which will fill up your storage again, but all you will want is the google playstore. Where it will eventually get all of the apps and games that you have installed in your android smartphone deleted in a click. Just like how it helps you install apps, it also helps you uninstall them with ease.

Android users will not have to spend their valuable time wasting it now, as you all can get this done easily from the stable version of the google playstore and doesn’t even need to have the latest beta version or join any beta program to get this done, and that is why it is one of the simplest form to uninstall multiple apps at a glance.


Uninstall Multiple Apps In Android

So today in this guide I am going to give you a brief explanation on how to uninstall multiple apps in android phones at once using the google playstore in a step by step method.

Firstly you have to open your android’s app drawer in your android smartphone. There you have to select the ‘Google playstore’ app to proceed.


Now from the google playstore, you have to swipe right to open the ‘menu’ of the playstore and then from the list you have to select the ‘My Apps and Games’ option.


Next, you will see a screen like shown below.


Here you have to press the ‘installed’ options and then again select the option ‘storage’.


There you have to select all the apps and the games that you wish to uninstall from your android smartphone. And then after the selection is done, you can press on the ‘free up’ option which is available in the bottom of the screen along with the amount of storage space of the selected apps.


Thereafter you will get a popup message box for the confirmation process. You have to tap on the ‘free up’ to clear them all up.


That’s it, now this way you can uninstall as many app as you want together from the google playstore without any difficulties. Also you will be able to check on how much free space you are going to get by uninstalling these apps. Thereby you can now uninstall multiple apps directly from the Google playstore.

Along with the above method there are a few other options that we can carry out this task too. Now let us check on a few alternative applications that can be used to uninstall multiple apps at once.

Easy Uninstaller
Just as how the name mentions, the ‘Easy Uninstaller’ app is a very easy and convenient app that can be used to uninstall many apps at a time. I should also mention that it is free to use. Let’s see how to get it done.

Firstly get the 'Easy Uninstaller' app directly from the google playstore to your android smartphone or tab.

Then in the main interface of the app, you will have a list of all the installed applications available there. You can rearrange them by sorting it by date, size or name either in ascending or descending order.
Next, you have to select all the apps that you want to uninstall from your phone and press the ‘uninstall’ button which is available in the bottom.


Then a confirmation popup message will appear, tap on the option 'OK' from all the apps that you want to uninstall.



Even after uninstalling app, they might leave behind cached data in the phone’s internal memory. But not to worry as this app will also help clear them all up.

Uninstaller
This is another amazing app to ponder onto. A very simple and effective app that can be used. The 'Uninstaller' app is easier to use than the 'Easy uninstaller'.

Here in this app you doesn’t have to check-mark, all you got to do is simple tap on all the apps that you want to uninstall and then press on the 'Uninstall selected apps'.



and then you have to tap ‘OK’ for all the apps that your are sure you want to uninstall from the notification popup that appears, simple as that.


ES File ExplorerAlong with the uninstalling multiple apps at a time, this app also allows you to manage all the apps efficiently. So let is check on how to get it done.

Firstly you have to get the ‘ES File Explorer’ app to your android smartphone.

Then launch the app and in the main interface tap on the menu button (the three lines available on the top right corner). Then expand the library section and select the option 'Apps'.



Next, select all the applications that you want to uninstall and tap on the ‘uninstall’ option which is available on the bottom of the screen. Then you have to press ‘OK’ to all the app that you want to uninstall from the popup box.


That’s it, within a few seconds you can uninstall all the apps that you want to remove from your android smartphone at a time.

I hope this is going to be a useful guide for all the android users, as many of you might have not known of such an option that is available in your android smartphone. Everyone can now easily get rid of unused apps with a few clicks.

Google Playstore Errors/ Problems and Solutions

Are there any problems with your Google playstore? Is it not loading, responding or not downloading any apps? If you have this persisting problem, you can reinstall the app or check for other ways to fix the errors. Let's take a look.

Google play store doesn't work sometimes when the app crashes. When this happens it stops responding and shows an error code. These codes can be found on the internet which will be very helpful but most of the time it isn't needed. Let's take a look at 5 basic tips on how to fix this play store problems.


Fixing Google play store problems

Play store errors can be repaired using the five fixes given below. To fix the errors try the first solution given, if it doesn't work try the next. You don't have to try all the fixes if the first one works then that's all you need.

First quit the app and clear all the cache and data. Check if it works. If it doesn't go to the next point.

If you are using a data connection turn it off and use a WiFi connection.

In the play store uninstall the app updates then again update it.

Google account should be refreshed.

Have you registered your account in Google? If not, do it now.

The above methods would fix most of the persisting problems you face with your play store. Have you tried all the fixes but still it doesn't work? Let's take a look at why these common error codes occur in case we can't resolve this issue.

Modifying the device causes Google play store errors

Are you using a rooted device or a device which functions on a custom ROM? If so this procedure changes the system files of your Android which result in extra other files to detect. This can clearly stop the play store from working properly.

This is one of the reasons why you shouldn't be installing custom ROM or backup using a custom recovery as they will put a stop to your play store from working fine. If you want to restore apps with data use 'Titanium backup' app  or something similar. This is very much advisable.

There are also many reasons to have a custom ROM in your device but unfortunately this would interfere with some of the features in your device. Troubleshooting becomes necessary when something goes wrong with your device. As your device goes through some errors once in a while, troubleshooting needs to be working fine with great effort which is not the case in an unmodified device.

Wipe app cache and data

While you are clearing the play store you should also do the same with all the Google play services and Google service configurations as Google play store depends on other functions that are running in the background silently. In the beginning it's better to look closely at the updating Google play services as it can interfere too. And you might also possibly want to delete the data from the download manager.

Once you do both the above said methods after clearing the data, you have to restart your phone to reinstall and update the play store again. You might want to enter your logging details once more. Let's take a look at the step by step guide below.

Please note that the steps might vary from device to devices as of which Android phone you are using.

Head to 'Settings ' then tap the 'Apps' where you will find the tab for 'All'. If your device is an Android 9 pie follow 'Apps & notifications > see all X apps'.


Then hit 'Google play store'. Tap 'Force stop'. This will close all the processing apps. Next tap 'Storage' this will show you more options.


On the screen you will find 'Clear cache', tap it. This will remove all unwanted temp data in your device which will resolve the issue.


If the problem still persists then you can also try 'Clear data'. Clearing the data will also help but the apps will be reset to it's usual state as it was in the beginning so you will have to look back again to configure the preferences once more.

Now that you have done the above methods, but are you still having issues with the Google play store? Then you have to do the same method as above with Google services framework, Google play services and download manager. To see the two recent entries tap the three dots menu at the top right of the 'All app' screen and you will find 'Show system' you have to toggle it.

Now you know what to do when you get an error message which says "Unfortunately Google play service has stopped".

Switch to WiFi

Sometimes your mobile data wouldn't be reliable. Many apps won't get installed if you are using an untrustworthy internet connection. So it's better to switch to WiFi from mobile data.
Here's how you switch to WiFi from data. To find the quick settings, drag down your screen with swiping your finger downward from top. To open the WiFi setting press and hold the WiFi icon. Once you do press and hold it will show all the available WiFi networks. You can choose a suitable network that works. If you don't find a suitable one you can get back home to use the home WiFi.

Sometimes the problem would be the other way around where you have trouble installing an app using your WiFi connection. In this case switch your WiFi to data and try to install it over the data network. Now did it work? If it did then you might have an issue with your WiFi network which needs to be diagnosed.

Are you using a VPN? If you are using one it's advisable to turn it off so it won't interfere with your play store downloads.

Uninstall playstore app and reinstall again

You can uninstall and reinstall playstore app one more time on a rooted device. Do you know that you can also do the same on a device which is not rooted. You can try the below to resolve the problem.

Let's move to the settings. First head to 'Settings > App & notifications > See all X apps'. Now you will get a list. From the list tap 'Google play store',  on that page you will see the three dots menu. Tap the three dots menu and choose 'Install updates'. Doing this will help the play store to go back to its former version.

After you are done with the above settings, now let's move on to see how you can update to the newest version of the play store.

Launch play store and you will see a left side out menu setting. Now scroll down and click the play store version. After clicking you can check for updates.


Refresh Google account

Removing and adding back your Google account is called refreshing. Doing this is not so hard. Be mindful because you might loose all your messages, contacts, photos etc.. from your device because this will remove your data from your device which is synced with your Google account.

Move on to 'Settings > Accounts'. Now tap the specific Google app which is making the issue. If there are more than one app which is making problems then you can remove all of them. If you have a device which runs on Android pie then you can hit 'Remove account' to clear it. Incase you have the older version then click the three dots menu button and tap 'Remove account'.


Now it's time for you to add your account back from the account menu. It would be much better to restart your device after adding back your account.

Register the device with Google

Do you know that there are phones and tablets which have no name since they haven't made the licensing fees for the Android operating system. These no name devices were clamped down in 2018. In most of these devices Google entirely quit play store from functioning. In few of the devices Google branded apps like Gmail or Google map won't be available.

You can detect an unlicensed device easily. It will be showing an alert error code 501 or giving a warning signal. In some instances you won't be detecting a warning or any error signs. Luckily now Google permits unlicensed devices access to play stores but the tricky part is, the device needs to get registered with Google. Let's take a look at this easy process.

Register your Android device with Google

To easily access your device information you have to download the app 'Device ID' and install it. If the play store is not accessible you have to use any other third party app stores. After installation is done, you have to get the Google service frame number by copying it.

As you have already copied the number, it will be saved on your clipboard. Now go to Google's service registration site. Next step you have to log into your Google account. After logging in, long press the text inbox box for Google services framework Android ID. In the text box paste the code that you copied earlier. Finally tap the 'Register' button.

As you are done you have to restart the device. Then your device will start rebooting. After reboot you will be able to download apps again as normally or update your Google play store.

Google play store error codes and fixes

Here we will look at some other play store errors. One interesting fact is that once one XDA user collected a huge list of play store error codes which had approximately 20 similar problems. Most of the issues could be fixed using the above mentioned clear cache or other methods. But few of them don't have to adhere to this rule.

These exceptions are:

Error 498: If you get this error message it means your device cache is full. Using your phone's recovery mode clear out the cache partitions.

Error 919: 'Free up space on your device' to continue. This error will give you the warning that your phone storage is almost full.

Error 403: In case if you have opened two Google accounts in one device. You should be removing one account which you think is not necessary and keep the one you need the most.

Error 927: You don't have to troubleshoot an issue if the play store is already updating. So in this case you have to stay patient for sometime until it gets updated.

Error 101: If you have too many apps installed you will have to remove some unnecessary apps that you no longer use.

Error 919: Reconfiguring your device and receiving the correct APN settings is necessary in this case as your access point name settings are not accurate.

App to diagnose play store issues

'Error code & fixes' app is one of the great resources to fix app issues. This sort out the Android error codes which incorporates the knowledge of AndroidPIT's users and editors. This app comes with both Android error code and play store error code which is made as a reference utility. By inputting the code you will see that the app display fixes potentially.

Resolving Google play store issues

You should first find the basic troubleshoot fixes like clearing the cache and data. It won't be possible to fix the play store problem if you don't fix the above.

In case if you relocate to another place you will come across certain play store problems like blocked apps. To curb this issue first you have to update the country/region setting Google play store which will resolve the issue.

How to Backup Your Android Device

Do you want to backup your Android device? Let's learn how to do it properly. You can keep all your photos, contact and text messages safe even while you format your Android device completely. Wouldn't it be disheartening if we lose all our contacts , those photos with so many memories, important documents and SMS messages? These things cannot be replaced easily once we lose them.

You need a bit of work to get back all your important files in your device. To protect everything from your Android, it doesn't provide any easy one tap solutions which is unfortunate. But you can save your important files from diminishing by following a few steps. Lets learn how to do it.You need a bit of work to get back all your important files in your device. To protect everything from your Android, it doesn't provide any easy one tap solutions which is unfortunate. But you can save your important files from diminishing by following a few steps. Lets learn how to do it.


How to Backup Your Android Device

Backup Android settings to Google drive

Android provides a quick simple backup option which you can toggle up easily. Let's dive into these easy settings. 

Head to 'Settings > System > Backup, now you will see an option called 'Backup to Google drive', tap to enable this. 

Finally if you want to run a backup you can hit 'Backup now'.


You will witness the list of categories this backup includes. This will safeguard your data from some apps. It will also protect your call history, contacts, wallpaper and display as well. If you are using a pixel device SMS, photos and videos will be included in the backup.

To view the devices that are linked to your account, you have to head to Google drive. In Google drive you can tap the left menu and there you have to hit 'Backup'. This will show the linked accounts. You can click one of them which will show when the backup was run last and also the files which were backed up last . This is where you can delete a backup if you no longer need it.


You can reinstall the apps and restore your saved data by signing into your Google account. While you are signed in you can choose the restore option while the setup process of a new Android device. 

Please note that you can't save them one by one individually like the other backup apps so the above process should be followed.

Backup your photos on Android

Most importantly you would like to save all your photos which hold so many memories. Losing them wouldn't be a good experience even though you don't mind losing other data. So luckily we have so many Android apps which will help you backup your photos.

One of the well known apps to carry out this task is 'Google Photos'. Google can store your photos in high quality or maximum quality which will be stored in your Google account storage. One advantage is that it offers unlimited storage space. Do you have the Google photo app on your device already? If you don't, then you can download it from the playstore and sign it in with your Google account.

Here's how you enable the back up process in your device. Go to the left menu and slide it with your fingers. Now you will find 'Settings' next go to 'Backup & sync'.


First you have to be certain that you have enabled the backup & sync option. Below this you can find the quality level. You can also backup photos that are not in your camera such as screenshots and social media pictures. To do this go to 'Backup device folder' under the settings option and make the changes.


After you are done with all the settings and if your backup is successful you will get a 'Backup complete' message popping up in your device screen. 

Now you can slide the left side menu to find the 'Free up space' option. This will remove the images from your device as they are already saved in your Google photos. All your photos will be stored safely in your Google photos and you can view them anytime when you are online.

Backup your Android contacts

Have you saved your contacts only on your sim? If so it's time to make a change because saving only on sim cannot guarantee you can get them back if you lose them. So instead of saving them only on your phone it's better you save your contacts in your Google account also. This will be very useful when you use another device. You can access it from another device by signing into your Google account, this way you won't lose your contacts.


You don't know where your contacts have been saved by default as they depend on your phone manufacturer. To make sure you have saved the contacts to Google account head to 'Contacts' app and find the 'Default account' or 'New contact save to' option. Now you will be able to see whether you have saved them to your Google account.
In case if you haven't installed then it's better to get the 'Google contact app' which is recommended. Using this you can move all your contacts easily. After installing this app, head to the left menu and tap 'Settings > Import' and now tap 'Sim card' to copy the contacts to Google account which is saved on your device.

You can also use this app to locally backup your contacts once the import is done. To do the local backup go to the menu and you will find 'Export'. 

Now you can select the Google account you want to use in case you have multiple accounts.


Then tap 'Export to.vcf file' this is where all your contact information is available. This could also be imported to other services. Finally to handle all your contacts you can go to '
Google contact' on the web.


Backup text messages on Android

Sometimes you need to keep all your SMS saved even though you don't view your old text messages often. What if you need that old text message which was sent by your boss that includes important information? Or those romantic text messages you want to keep them for memories. Backing up your SMS is what you got to do. Let's see how to backup SMS with no fuss. 

First get the app 'SMS backup & restore' which you can get for free .

Launch the app and it will take you through the procedure to set up the backup. In this app you can choose everything such as where to save the backup, what SMS to backup and also set up the schedule for it to run.

There's this app which is called 'Pulse SMS' which is one of the favorites among people. This Android texting app lets you send messages from your PC and other devices. Know that you should pay a small amount for the subscription of this app. This app allows you to store your messages in the cloud which you can access anytime over any device.

Backup music documents and other local files


We already saw all the important information and types of Android data that should be backed up such as messages, contacts and photos but what about music files and your other documents? You might have important documents or your favorite music files that you want to protect so let's take a look at how to do it.

You can use a cloud service storage like Google drive to backup these files from your device. To backup first head to the app and click the plus icon, then tap 'Upload ' option and then you have to discover the file you want to backup to the cloud storage. 

Check the below mentioned methods if you want to back up more files.

There are certain apps which are cloud based. You don't have to worry about backing up these apps as all the content will be as it is in the app when you open it from another device. If you are using any apps that save everything on your device locally then you have to move them to a cloud based app like Google keep or Simple note. This will store all your files in the cloud.

Do you know that some apps have their own backup system available in their menu. Example is one of the recognized app, WhatsApp. 

Let's see how to backup in WhatsApp. First move to the 'Settings > Chat > Chat backup'.


This will set up an automatic backup system where all your messages will be saved in Google drive.


There's one more data backup that we rarely talk of is the voicemail. In some of the devices you will be able to backup voice messages from your voicemail app. This feature differs according to your device.

If it's not available in your device then you can try this clumsy method where you can play the messages through a speaker and and record them in your computer or laptop with the help of 'Audacity' app.

Backup using a dedicated app

There are many other apps which can be downloaded in order to backup your device. We know some of you would want a better option. And some of you would like to use a more frequent method of backing up. Here you go with some of the other apps.

G cloud is one of the efficient apps to use for this purpose. Note that G cloud is not a Google app but that's fine. First you have to open the G cloud and create an account ,once you are done, this app allows you to almost back up all of your files such as contacts, sms, photos, call log, documents, music and more.


This app lets your backup all your files automatically without you having to worry about manually backing up everything.


One drawback is that this app only has a limited amount of storage available but it's nothing to worry as you can subscribe for the better version or finish simple tasks that app provides to get more storage. 

This app is the best solution because it doesn't let you miss your important files. In case you don't find this app suitable for you. You can take a look at a similar app named 'Super backup & restore'.

Backup phone content to a PC

How do you back up your phone content to your PC? As you all know the swiftest and the unethical way to transfer from your device to a computer is copying everything from your internal store and pasting them to your computer. If your cloud storage is getting full or if your files are dispersed everywhere then the copying method comes in handy. This way you won't miss any of the files.

To do this you have to connect your device with a USB cable to your computer. Before the connection shows up as 'This PC' in your computer, you have to open the notification bar, there you will see the title 'USB file transfer turned on' and you have to switch it to 'Files transfer'.


Now you are connected and you can open the phone from your computer. Now copy everything that you need from the device to a folder in your computer.

This has to be done because Android doesn't allow access to your device from another device without root access. So this won't backup everything you want. That is the reason why we recommended the above pairing method.

Rooted device backup

If you own a rooted device you can acquire an effective backup tool with no limitations. This would be a very useful method if your phone is already rooted but we do not recommend you root your device just because you want to backup your phone. You can always find other options.

Titanium backup is a trusted app to backup your files if you have a rooted device but it is also visually unappealing and behind the time to look at. This app is free for the beginning but if you want to upgrade the app you can go for a paid version which is known as titanium pro key.

So finally you know how important it is to back up your device files. Now you also know how to use different methods and apps to backup your device which is great. We hope you found the above information useful if you are switching to a new phone or you lost your phone.

Methods You Never Knew on How to Use Google Translate - Android

With technology, so many things have come into light in this world. We are now being able to communicate and live life in a place where we even don’t know what language they are talking. Technology has made so much of change that now we can learn things easily and know so much with just a click. The best part is the introduction of smart devices and the invention of google.

Google has solution for all the problems. Today let’s see how google is going to help us communicate in different language and translate anything into our language using the google translate on android.


Google translate is a multi-lingual translator service which works across the world. It provides us with the most accurate translation of any language to any language within seconds. Now you can download the app of google translate to your android and there are so many tricks and features that’s available in the app. But most of us aren’t aware of those features and doesn’t know how to use to get things translated accurately. So come, let’s take a look at how to get the maximum use out of the google translator app and accomplish your works done easily than before.



Google Translate Advanced Tips and Tricks

Translate Texts while Your Offline

We all know that google translate is based on the internet and it uses a huge database to translate between many languages. This sometimes can make things difficult for us, for example when you are in a hurry and you have no internet connection, you might not be able to translate anything offline.

Well then, in such a situation you can translate when you are offline using your android phone, though this comes with only a limited languages in general, you can download the whole translation packs completely beforehand. So that you will be able to get translated even when you have no access to the internet. 

Lets see how to get the offline package downloaded for your android.


Firstly you have to open up the Google translate app in your android device.
Then press on the three line icon on the left top corner.

Select the ‘offline translation’ from the options.
There you will have all the offline package languages available.

Tap on the download icon to download the language that you prefer to use when on offline.

Wait till the download finishes and then close the tab.

You should also make sure that you are connected to an wifi connection before you start downloading the languages to avoid excess data usage as you will be download the whole package of the language.


Images Translate in Real-time

We are all such a travel freaks that we even go to places that we know no language but we do manage using the google translator but what about when you are in a restaurant and you can’t read or even type down the language that’s written on the menu card? That is when you will want to use the real-time translation of texts on images. Now you can translate what’s written on a picture by simply clicking a photo and google will translate you that. Let’s see how:


Open the Google translate app in your android.

In the home page you will have a camera icon below the text box, click on it.

Grant the required permission and then face the camera to the picture of the image that you want to translate.

Now tap on the eye icon which is available on the right bottom corner to enable the real-time translation.

If it doesn’t work, then click on the capture button and then choose the language that you want to translate.

If you want to translate an image that you have already captured, then select the image from the gallery by tapping on the image icon on the camera translate window.

Ones the translation is done, you can save both the original and the translated images separately.

Save Translation to Phrasebook

Sometimes when you translate something you might like that phrase or you will want to save it for later use. So in that case the translated phrases or the queries in the phrasebook will sync into your google account and you can view them anytime you want.


All you have to do is, go to the translation history from the home page and tap on the star icon that available beside each translated phrase/sentence and save them to the phrasebook. Then it will be marked as favorite and will be saved in forever. When you want to view them, you can select the three lines icon on the left top corner and choose phrasebook.

Clear Translation History

You can delete off all the translation history like you does in other Google apps. To clear the history you have to go to Google translate > settings > clear history > confirm yes.


Now all the translation data that was stored will be deleted from the append also from your google account.


Download Languages Offline 

When we travel abroad and do not know the language of the particular country, we use the google translate which is quiet easy and reliable but there can be time when we won’t have an internet connected to out phone and so it will be a big problem to even ask something from someone without knowing the language when the google translate doesn’t work. Well, not to worry about that now as we can use offline translation in google.

All you have to do is go to the google translate app and from the side menu bar select the ‘offline translation’.


Then select the language that you want to download to use when on offline.


Next a popup message will appear and then you have to simply tap on the option ‘download’.


You can download as much as language you want to be used offline but also make sure to check on your phone storage beforehand to get a huge file downloaded in.

Share Translation

If you are in need to send the particular translated sentence or passage to someone via mail or any other messaging apps then you will not have to copy paste it now, as through the google translate app you can easily share the translated text by tapping on the three dot menu button and share it. You can select the app to which you want the text to be copies and enjoy sharing.


Write to Translate

Apart from the traditional method of typing down the sentence, now you have so many other options to choose from too. One such method is writing down the needed word or text. Along with the ability to understand the keystroke now the input methods also captures the touch and voice recognition too.


So even in Google translate app you can select the ‘Hand writing (pen icon)’ from the options and start writing it down and the app will translate it for you. If you find it hard to write down a big sentence, no worries as when you stop after a word, it will be translated and then it will be moved aside so that you can continue writing to male a full sentence.

Speak to Translate

When you find it hard to write the sentence or type it down to get it translated, you can easily speak to the google translate app. This will be useful, when you are around someone and you don’t understand what they are saying, then you can simply tap on the voice icon on the app and it will start to listen what you or the other person is speaking and will eventually translate it for you.


The best part is, you can tap on the hand icon and so the google app will let the other person know that you want to talk to them with the help of the google translate app.


Use it as Dictionary

We all know how we can use the google translate app to get any language translated into the language we want, did you all also know you can use it as a dictionary?


Yes, you can simply change it into a dictionary by selecting the ‘detect language’ as the language that you want to translate from and then choose ‘English’ as the language that you want it to get translated into. So then when you type in any word in English, it will provide you the definition of that particular word

How to use conversation mode

Incase you want to talk to someone and don’t know each others language then you can use the conversation mode of the google translate app.

All that you got to do is, tap on the ‘conversation icon’ to enter into the conversation mode and you can also tap on the hand icon to let the other person know that you are going to use the google translate app to talk to them.


When done you can close the popup message and start the conversation by tapping on the microphone icon which is available beside each language, you can take it in turns and start speaking and wait for the app to talk out loud the translation. The ‘auto microphone’ option can be used to simply talk and then the app will detect the language and help you with the translation.

That’s it, now we have seen a few steps that will help you do a better job in translating using your android device. Hope this would have helped all of you to know more about the google translator app and gain better.