Myna for Google Translate

Developer: Laurent Hemonet

Current Version: 2.1

Last Updated: 1 year ago

Download Size: 1.5 MB - Download


Myna for Google Translate is the most advanced desktop client for Google Translate on your Mac. It's perfect for quickly translating without ever needing to open a web browser. Full of extra features exclusive to Myna for Google Translate

• Instant access to Myna for Google Translate via your Mac's Dock or menu bar.
• Translate any text from anywhere with the Services menu.
• Copy/Paste text for a quick translation.
• Automatically save the last languages used.
• macOS Mojave Dark Theme.
• Optional use of Phrasebook, and save and reuse your translation.
• Window opacity control.
• Window Auto Resize supported.
• Window Auto Hide supported.
• Translate around 100 languages

• Fullscreen & Splitview support.
• Open with Global Hotkey.
• Direct Translation with Global Hotkey.
• PopClip extension available.
• Swap Languages with Keyboard shortcut.
• Select Languages with Keyboard shortcut.
• 20+ Keyboard shortcuts for quick and easy access.
• Safari extension included.
• And More.

it’s Clean, Simple and Amazing!
Try Myna today.

We've worked hard to make Myna for Google Translate as simple and efficient as possible for you to use. We would love to hear your thoughts via email and make any improvements to future versions of this app. We usually answer within 24h.
We intend to have an active development cycle powered by your feedback, love and support!

Internet connection needed.

Myna for Google Translate is not affiliated with, associated to, nor endorsed by Google in any way. Gmail, Google, Google Inbox and the Google Logo are trademarks of Google Inc.


Release Notes:

Small bugs fixed and improvement.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.3
Review by thislizard

A Must for anyone who even occasionally uses Google Translate - Ok, I’m the first reviewer, and have no relation to the developers — just an ordinary user of Google translate — who was tired of going to a tab on my browser and then back and forth to either whatsapp or email with a copied translation. Tried the trial version then bought it right away -- and give it 5 stars cause it’s everything one needs to end the switching screens (it can either hover over everything or just be in the corner). This is an excellent app that makes Google Translate an even more magical experience, particularly if you’re living in a foreign land, not fluent in the language, yet need to communicate clearly.

Found helpful by 55 out of 56 people
Version 1.3
Review by Acidov

Stopped working - The program has stopped working. Reinstallation didn't help.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 2.1
Review by Quarantined and Bored

A wonderful tool with multiple uses - A long time ago, before the internet, I studied and worked abroad, but lost my languages to the years. I discovered myna while trying to correspond with an old friend and regain my ability to read Swedish newspapers. It's really a gift. If I get stuck; it translates. If I enter a single word, it gives me a variety of translations in different contexts. Better than most bilingual dictionaries. If I am not sure that I am writing correctly, it can give a good translation. It's not perfect. At times, I have to try multiple formulations to get something that I recognize as a proper translation to Swedish. If I have something in a language that I am not very familiar with, I get some translations that are not correct, but most things seem to be right. But basically I can get a decent, but maybe not perfect translation of anything on the internet. And for $2.99? Are you kidding me?

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 2.1
Review by jjones5216

THANK YOU!!! - Thank you for making this app. I usually torrent apps but I just had to support you guys.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 2.1
Review by R055co

Works well to overcome Safari limitation - Decent app to overcome a basic feature missing in Safari. Easy to use and I've been depending on it regularly. But having to pay for an application that should be built in like Google Chrome has is irritating to say the least.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people