Google Translate is a featured Chrome extension by http://translate.google.com. It has 10,000,000+ weekly active users and an average rating of 4.34. Google Translate is similar to Translator and Google Translate Plus. The latest version is 2.0.12 and was updated 4 months ago. Google Translate is available in English and 46 other languages. Within Chrome Web Store, its overall ranking is #10.
Highlight or right-click on a section of text and click on Translate icon next to it to translate it to your language. Or, to translate the entire page you're visiting, click the translate icon on the browser toolbar.
Learn more about Google Translate at https://support.google.com/translate.
But it would be ideal if there was a simpler method for enabling or disabling popups (toggle by just clicking extension icon or something like that...).
Funny how there's no way to make a support post. Anyway, nice functionality since Chrome doesn't have it built in, and it works well in Edge since MS translations suck. However it randomly chooses what the original language might be sometimes. Clearly Spanish sentences get identified as Welsh for no apparent reason, for example, and don't translate at all, but when I manually select the correct language it translates fine. And you can't just "pin" a language to always use first. Obviously there are still translation issues, such as leaving out important words, or choosing a translation for a word with multiple meanings without using context.
Thanks for your talent hard working. But there is maybe three typical bugs exist:
1. Repeating sentences bug: This bug often happened in the last of section, when it happened, the sentence would repeated itself for three times.
2. Missing short sentences occationally：If someone use this extention for rigorous academic researching, oh-oh- Somebody need to be careful.
3. Page layout mismatching，especially in the page with special design fonts（maybe, I am not sure if the font is the reason.)
Hope you guys can fix this, this is powerful tool for so many person. Thanks so much.