Google Translate is one of the oldest and simplest translation applications to go for quick and manageable translations. And it is also free and simple to operate, therefore its popularity is reasonable as far as downloads are concerned.
It’s been more than a decade now since Google Translate came into existence as an Android application (launched in January 2019) and over the moment the app possesses to be updated with an entire bunch of modern characteristics and UI iterations.
Google Translate has attained a milestone after Eleven years and three months since its discharge - it has completed 1 billion downloads on the Official Google Play Store.
These additional 1 billion downloads are from users and no longer OEMs since the Google Translate application is not a component of the required Google Mobile Services core apps package. That implies that the community with Google Translate on their devices all moved to the Play Store and made the app downloads there from the app.
Given that it has been more than 10 years since Google Translate’s Android App came out, this one billion figure is not so surprising. However, time is not the only factor that is functioned in Google Translate’s favor. There are no different translation apps, available or paid, that can completely trump Google Translate and it proceeds to sport a 4.5-star rating on the Play Store.
Google Translate nowadays supports 109 languages as of presently along with assistance for articulation, transcription, offline translation, camera translation, dark mode, etc and Google is also frequently adding more characteristics to it.