Here’s an image of Crow Translate in action.
On the left hand pane you enter/copy the text you want to translate. There’s auto-detection of the language typed. On the right hand pane you select the language(s) you want a translation, or use the automatically chosen language. You can choose up to 3 languages and the auto language.
There’s playback buttons under each pane. With the example above, the playback button under the left text pane speaks the text in English, and the playback button under the right pane speaks the translation in German.
You can change the translate API with a dropdown slider. There’s a choice of Google, Yandex, and with the latest release, Bing.
Users can also copy the text from either pane to the clipboard as well as copying all translation data to the clipboard.