1. Google Translate: Google Translate supports more than 70 languages, starting from Afrikaans to Zulu. Because reliable Internet connection isnâ€™t always available in remote areas, travellers could prepare by downloading data files for specific languages, so the service can be used offline. Travellers can type a phrase on their mobile device, translate it and show it to a seller or other people. But it is obviously better if travellers use Google Translate to learn a few essential words and phrases, so they can start basic conversations with people in other countries.
4. Google Maps: Google Maps is probably the most popular Google service used by travellers. It doesnâ€™t only show us locations of objects on the map, but also best routes we should take to avoid crawling traffic. When we are in a large city at other countries and we need to explore the surrounding by taking a walk, we could find out objects of interests in a 3-mile radius from our current location. It is preferable to download maps at home, so we can use them offline to avoid expensive roaming charges. Our Google Maps could be uniquely sprinkled with different recommendations added by our family and friends in Google+, if we also subscribe to the social media platform.