What’s new on Google’s Translate?
Do you know that the Google translate app is now integrated with a more advance and updated Word lens and voice translation feature?
Google Translates Product Lead, Barak Turovsky announced this in a post. The new Google Translate app now has a feature that enables users capture texts using their phone camera and get the text interpreted instantly.
One more upgrade to the app is the voice translation feature. Now the app has a very Google translation speed which is faster than before and this makes the app more relevant in real-time conversations. All you need to enjoy this voice feature is to tap the mic icon in a selected language and the language will be automatically identified and interpreted to your preferred language.
“This instant translation currently works for translation from English to and from French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish, and we’re working to expand to more languages”, stated .
For now, Google havent told us the release date for these new features. But one this is for sure, it will be made available on android and iOS devices.
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