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I have been looking online at the Pocket Voice Translators and am totally confused.  There are so many to choose from, and I am not very good at understanding "Tech Talk".  I would like some advice from those of you who have one; Best brand, most simple (I don't want a lot of functions, just voice translate), etc.  Your experiences with these devices would be appreciated.  Thanks!!!  Oh, and I will be using this for English to Spanish, and vice versa.

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Is the app different from what I have on my Samsung android phone? I have Google and put in "translate" and get a translator. It also has mucho languages and works pretty well. The only real problem is that if the speaker pauses for more than 2 seconds, the microphone turns off. I have to manually change from English to Spanish and then back when the speaker changes.

There are no ads with the one on my phone.

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This review came in one of my new-tech gadget newsletters this past week:

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The Langogo Genesis is a hand-held pocket translator, smaller than a smartphone, that uses noise-cancelling microphones to translate between more than 100 languages, while offering you a 4G WiFi hotspot while you're travelling. We've been using one for the last few weeks.   Read more

 

 

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1 hour ago, Aquaponicsman said:

This review came in one of my new-tech gadget newsletters this past week:

mail?url=https%3A%2F%2Fimg.newatlas.com%

The Langogo Genesis is a hand-held pocket translator, smaller than a smartphone, that uses noise-cancelling microphones to translate between more than 100 languages, while offering you a 4G WiFi hotspot while you're travelling. We've been using one for the last few weeks.   Read more

 

 

Google Translate, last time I checked some years ago, did a stellar job translating between Euro languages, but was confusing and unhelpful when it came to very different languages like Chinese and Korean – to the point where many conversations had to grind to a halt, the other party looking at me in utter confusion. 

It has only got better... Also costs nothing than a download. 

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