Google Translate is the preferred translation application for many when it comes to translating any language, but now the situation has changed and the famous application from Google has become a competitor, the Bing Translate application from Microsoft, which offers many features that make it a strong competitor to the Google application .
However, unless you spend some time using both of them it can be difficult to choose the best, so here is a comprehensive comparison between them that highlights the best and worst features that each application has to offer, so you can make the right decision.
Here’s a comparison between the Google Translate and Bing Translate apps:
Google Translate application:
A free translation application from Google that you can use on a smartphone, or on your computer through the web version, as it allows you to translate texts and documents, and it is a good choice if you are looking for an application that can do everything and supports translation of the largest number of common languages, and has many Features, Of which:
- Supports 109 languages.
- User-friendly interface.
- Supports 5 translation modes: text translation, voice translation, translating phrases captured with the phone’s camera, translation in offline mode, handwriting translation in touch screens.
- Web and smartphone version available.
However, the app has some downsides, including:
- No conversation mode, only one-way translation.
- The accuracy of the translation can vary from language to language, especially when it comes to translating complete sentences.
- Different levels of support for each language.
Bing translate app:
A free translation application from Microsoft that you can use across the web, smartphones and wearables, and it is a useful application if you need an application that provides translation of conversations in real time, or if you are looking to learn a new language, in addition to the following features:
- Accurate translation of phrases and sentences.
- Interactive and colorful interface.
- Supports 5 translation modes: real-time translation of conversations, text translation, voice translation, translation of phrases captured by the phone’s camera, translation in offline mode.
The application also offers a useful feature called (Phrasebook) that allows you to obtain explanations for common phrases, as it includes all the basic phrases that you may need to use when going to a country whose language you do not speak, so it can be useful if you want to use the application to learn a new language and not to translate Just.
But compared to the Google Translate application, the Microsoft application only supports 60 languages, however, Microsoft is seeking to develop the application more aggressively, with most languages getting full support and can be used in all translation modes provided by the application.