Crow Translate is a free open source translation software for Windows and Linux. Translate text using Google Translator, Bing Translator and Yandex Translator. It also uses text-to-speech technology to read the text. It is written in C++/Qt and uses its own QOnlineTranslator library. Released under the open source GPL-3.0 license. It supports over 117 different languages and customizable shortcuts. It also comes with a command line interface, D-Bus API support and clipboard copy.
Install Crow Translate on Ubuntu
Crow Translate can be installed via Ubuntu‘s native deb package file. Please visit the download link below to download the latest Crow Translate in .deb file format. Save it to you download folder.
Then open a terminal application (Ctrl + Alt + T) and run this command to go to your downloads folder.
Then run this command
sudo dpkg -i crow-translate-2.3.2-amd64.deb
here “crow-translate-2.3.2-amd64.debDownloaded Crow Translate .deb file. This command can be modified based on the filename.
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Then run the following command to install the missing missing dependencies.
sudo apt install -f
After installation, click View Application from Ubuntu Dock and search for Crow Translate. Then click Crow Translate to open it.
Crow Translate is a simple and easy-to-use tool. First click the + sign to add languages on both sides. It is in the original and translated fields.
Then type the text in the box on the left and it will be automatically translated to the right.
Command line usage:
Run this command in your terminal app. Full usage details are displayed.
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