Schools have become increasingly diverse. English Language Learners and deaf or hard-of-hearing students require technology that helps them to communicate inside and outside the classroom. The Translator app helps break these communication barriers so all students can be a part of the conversation.
Live, in-person conversations can be both captioned and translated – making this an important tool for group conversations and one-on-one chats. The Translator app is also an essential tool for study abroad students who are learning the local language.
The Translator app's multi-device conversation feature helps English language learners, deaf, or hard-of-hearing students better communicate with one another in class or for one-on-one chats.
Use the microphone or split-screen microphone to translate between two languages using a single device. The split-screen mic can be found by tapping the green microphone button.
Discuss group projects and work together across many languages. Perfect for English language learners and deaf or hard-of-hearing students.
Translator for study groups
In this video, a group of students must work together to finish an assignment, but language and hearing barriers exist which make the group study effort difficult. Watch how Translator can be a useful resource when attempting to communicate in real-life scenarios.
Translator on campus
At the Rochester Institute of Technology, a visitor is late for an on-campus job interview and stops to ask for directions. He soon realizes the student is hard of hearing. Watch how Translator can be a useful resource when attempting to communicate in real-life scenarios.
Visit our languages page to see if your language is supported in the apps.LANGUAGES PAGE
Translator app features
Have real-time, translated conversations with captions, translate menus and street signs without an internet connection, and translate web pages and app content with one tap.TRANSLATOR APP FEATURES PAGE