Last Updated on October 30, 2023 by Bestusefultips
Here is how to use live translate in Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro. Google Pixel’s live translate feature is helpful to translate language to another language automatically you select on your phone. Your Pixel device must download the languages to use live translate. Add multiple languages you want to translate in your Pixel.
Also Read | How to Turn On Live Transribe in Google Pixel
How to Use Live Translate in Your Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro
Make sure to turn on live translate in Pixel 8 Pro to translate language in real-time:
Open your Pixel’s app drawer and tap the Settings app.
Please scroll to the System and tap on it.
Tap the Live translate.
Toggle on Use Live Translate.
Tap the Translate to (We Select English) and select a language you want to translate this language to another language you set to translate from.
Tap on Add a language in the translate from section and tap the language you want to download to your Google Pixel devices.
Now, your Google Pixel’s live translation automatically translates the language (We Set English) and shows the translations on your screen.
You can see the pop-up message on your chat screen. Tap the Message and choose an option you want to translate language on Google Pixel 8 and other Pixel devices.
How to Turn Off Live Translate in Google Pixel: Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro
To disable Live Translate on your Pixel devices, go to Settings > System > Live Translate> Toggle off Use Live Translate.
Can Pixel 7 Translate in Real-Time?
Yes, Google Pixel’s live translate feature easily translates your select language into real-time. Also, translate language using audio sounds or spoken words.
Can Google Pixel Buds Translate the Language in real time?
Yes, Google Pixel Buds translate the conversation using the Google Translate app on your device.
Which are the Best alternative apps for Google Translate?
The best Google translate alternatives are DeepL, Linguee, Microsoft Launcher, etc. Different apps support different languages.
And that’s all. Do you use the live translate feature on your Google Pixel device? Tell us in the comment section below.