How can I use Google Translate offline?
1. Use Android emulator
LDPlayer is a powerful Android emulator that is intended for gaming, but it can also work with a wide array of Android apps, including Google Translate.
Once you install this software, you just need to visit the Play Store and download Google Translate just like any other Android app.
Google Translate isn’t natively available for desktop computers, so the only way to run it is to use a reliable Android emulator, such as LDPlayer.
LDPlayer is a lightweight Android emulator that can run almost any Android app or game.
2. Download language files
- Access the Google Translate on Android emulator.
- Select the languages: Translate from and Translate to.
- Pick the language you want to use offline.
- Tap on the Download button that appears right next to the language.
- Click Download from the pop-up window.
What to do if the translate package download failed?
Clear the data from the download manager
- Access Settings.
- Tap Applications.
- Go to Download manager.
- Select Clear data.
Reinstall Google Translate app
- Uninstall Google Translate app.
- Close the Android emulator and start it again.
- Visit the Play Store and download Google Translate again.
As you can see, Google Translate isn’t available for desktop computers, and the only way to use it offline on your PC is via Android emulator.
We hope that our guide helped you and if you found an alternative way to run Google Translate on your PC, let us know in the comments section below.