Samsung to Shut Down S Translator Service on 1st December

Samsung has decided to terminate its another service from next month. The S translator, the translation service from the company for its most of the flagship devices is now going to shut down from 1st December. Samsung has confirmed this news by sending notifications to users in South Korea. The S Translator service was the answer from Samsung to Google Translator & Microsoft Translator but was only available for some high-end Galaxy devices.

Here is an important part of the official termination message from Samsung to the Galaxy users.

In the meantime, we would like to thank those who have used the S Translator service. We inform you that the above service, which has given us a lot of interest and love, can no longer be provided due to the company’s operating policy. Upon termination of this service, your personal information collected for the purpose of providing the service will be destroyed without delay in order to protect your personal information.

S Translator Shut Down

Samsung ahead said if you were using S translator, then you can use Bixby to translate the words or sentences. This service was the part of many flagship Galaxy devices including Galaxy S10 series, Galaxy S9/S9+, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy Fold 5G, and Galaxy Note 10.1. This year Samsung has already shutdown S Voice, Find my Car & Mirrorlink services and now one more Samsung service will no longer in use. After the termination, for translation, you can use Bixby or Google Translator & Microsoft Translator, which are available in the Android Play Store.