They don't have any conflicts in my experience but you should use only one because Shopify has its own language dropdown and so do the other apps.
Of course, translation apps (Paid) would have more functions compared to Shopify (Free) to manually translated content, edit the position, styling of language button, or even auto-translate content. Some apps even have features to automatically switch store language based on visitors preferences, location.
One more thing, Shopify only translate only basic resource types and fields, you can check what type is supported here https://help.shopify.com/en/manual/cross-border/multilingual-online-store
In case you use another app that had content that needs to be translated, you would need a more advanced translation app to translate content from other apps as well. I would suggest using Weglot, which doing good in bring your store globalization strategy to another level
Hope you find this helpful
Both are available, but translation applications are undoubtedly more efficient and provide more personalized features. Among them, most translation apps use Shopify's native API, except for weglot and Gtranslate. But it is undeniable that they are powerful translation applications. I am using Etranslate and feel not bad. You can take a look.
Hi @NineAmulets ,
We have a great solution for you - our translating app Langshop. If you have a Basic Shopify plan, you can add up to 5 target languages and one default language remained. Up to 20 target languages if you have a Plus Shopify plan. Besides multilingual options, we also provide multicurrency possibilities, automatic language and currency detecting by customers' country or browser language, and many more.
You can try it for free within 14 trial days in your live store or use it for free as long as you need during developed your store in a developing mode. To install the app, please go here: https://apps.shopify.com/langshop
Best wishes to you and your business
Alexey | Langshop team
This Transcy app can help you not only translating content, but also converting currencies which means 2 great functions within an app only.
Free plan is available too for you to give it a try.
Hope it can help.