Just like Google has its translator, Samsung also has its own app, S Translator, which the company says will be discontinued as of December 1, 2020. South Korea says users who use this app will need to find a alternative.
However, the company announces the shutdown of S Translator via a simple message, and only for users. The group claims that personal information collected from users to improve service will be immediately deleted. Samsung also thanked users for their interest in the service and its use over the past few years. This tool offers translations in 11 languages, including Brazilian Portuguese, English (United Kingdom), English (USA), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese and Spanish.
This abandonment shows, in any case, that Samsung continues to draw a limit on its old services. Recently, the brand also ditched its voice assistant, S Voice.
An alternative to S Translator could be Bixby
Despite stopping the translator, Samsung Galaxy smartphone users already have access to an alternative translation service, with Bixby. The voice assistant can translate texts from one language to another. It supports even more languages and offers a better user experience than the tool that will now be discontinued. Additionally, Bixby supports real-time translation with the camera, which is also offered by Google Translate.
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