Google Translate: how to use SMS automatic translation

Google Translate has a tool that allows you to translate SMS messages received on your phone. The feature works without the need to leave the app, or even copy and paste the content you want - it works seamlessly into your smartphone's message box.

The option may be interesting for people who use international carrier chips during travel, allowing them to choose the language or detect it automatically. Here's a step-by-step look at how to use SMS translation in Google's translation tool.

Google Translate allows you to translate SMS messages automatically

Translating by photo with Google Translator using the camera

Step 1. Open the Google Translate app on your phone and tap the icon with three horizontal lines. In the menu, access the "SMS Translation" option.

Step 2. The app will display all available messages in your SMS inbox. Tap on the one you want to see translated. The text will open in the translator layout. If you want, you can change the source language and the translation language. To do so, simply tap on the options that appear at the top of the screen.

Click on the message you want to translate in Google Translate

Step 3. A list of languages ​​will appear on the screen. Tap on whatever you prefer and the message will be translated.

Choose the language you want in Google Translate

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