If you are texting with a foreigner, but do not want to waste time translating the message in another application, then copy it through the messaging application. Then in this article, I will show you how to attach Google Translate to your phone’s keyboard to automatically translate English when texting, now you can shoot English like the wind even though you don’t know English.
How to attach Google Translate to the phone keyboard
First, you download the Gboard application on Android or iOS to your device.
After downloading Gboard, you go to Gboard’s Settings and select “Keyboard”.
Next turn on “Gboard” and turn it on “Allow Full Access”.
Go back to the messaging app and hold down the earth icon at the bottom left corner of the keyboard.
Then choose “Gboard”.
When you return to the keyboard, you will see the Google Translate icon in the center of the screen, you just need to click on this icon to open Google Translate.
Enter the message you want to text or change the languages as you like.
Then click “Translate” to translate the message you just entered into English.
So that’s it then.
In this article, I only guide on iOS, but on Android, you can also automatically translate English when texting. In addition, there will be some phones with built-in language translation feature like oppo, so you don’t need to install Gboard. Because it uses Google translate, sometimes it will translate incorrectly and still have grammatical errors, a bit old-fashioned :v but I think it’s okay, ready for people to help me fix it.
You can also create good English articles and grammar standards with QuillBot here.