5 best free translator programs for foreign languages

Maybe the may be the first name that comes to mind when you think of translator apps, but there are quite a few others like itthe ones you can try. If you want to translate a foreign language into Greek, then we list the five best free online translators in our opinion.

1. Google Translate
After that Google Translate is the most popular online translator, respectively holds the first place in our list. It does not mean that it is the best online translation service, because it largely depends on the type of text you are translating and which languages ​​are involved. But it remains a service that supports around 100 languages ​​worldwide.

In addition to translating websites from different countries online, you can also use Google Translate to translate documents. Offers a virtual keyboard as well as manual handwriting input. You can also listen to the translated text, share it or save it for future use.


2. Online Translator
The Online Translator is one of the best alternatives for users who are hooked on Google Translate. The list of supported languages ​​is important s, but all major languages ​​are still there, such as English, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, German, French, Arabic, Hindi, Turkish, Hebrew, Greek, etc.

Translation from and to Greek supports only English and Russian languages. One of its unique features is that you can download it for use s, and this is a great option if you have confidentiality and do not want to send sensitive information online for translation. There is also a dictionary and grammar section, as well as examples, which are useful if you are interested in learning a language and not just translating your text.


3. Pragma 6
If you do not like the first two online translators, then try the program Pragma 6. It is a good alternative for less popular languages, such as Latvian, Ukrainian, Kazakh, Galician, etc.

It supports the Greek language, has one free and one paid version and you can download it for offline use. You can also integrate it into your website.


4. Collins Dictionary
The Collins Dictionary is a great online library for English grammar and vocabulary that is worth a look. It does not support as many languages ​​as Google Translate, but it does offer about forty to fifty languages ​​to choose from, including Greek.

The translator itself, although it does not have many facilities, remains one of the programs for English translations, perhaps even better than Google Translate. There is also a version for Android and iPhone.


5. WorldLingo
You will definitely have encountered it after WorldLingo although it supports only 15 languages ​​(including Greek) it offers more options than all the above programs. It has the free and a professional paid version. It can be inserted into your site by automatically translating your conversations with your customers.

Finally, out of the competition list, if you are looking for a specialized program that translates documents, then try Online Doc Translator. Although it is based on Google Translate, it provides automatic translation of documents without the need for any registration, while maintaining their layout. The tool works for .doc, .docs, .xml, ppt, .pptx, .xls, .xlsx, .odt, .ods, .odp, .pdf, .str, .txt, and .rtf formats.

Unfortunately, none of the above can be described as the perfect translation tool as no one blindly trusts their translation. They just give you an idea of ​​the meaning of a text so that you can understand its meaning.

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    • Very simple and easy. You enter from Chrome and if you right-click somewhere on the page it has the option "Translate into Greek" and it translates your entire page.

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