Google Translate for Animals is the funny Google April Fool's Prank of 2010
The Google UK homepage features a link to the new Google Animal Translate.
Google Animal Translate is an Android App to understand finally what animals are saying.
Google has always been a pet-friendly company at Google, and we hope that Translate for Animals encourages greater interaction and understanding between animal and human.
Translate for Animals is an application for Android phones that recognizes and transcribes words and phrases that are common to a species, like cats for example.
To develop Translate for Animals, Google worked closely with many of the world's top language synthesis teams, and with leaders in the field of animal cognitive linguistics, including senior fellows at the Bodleian Library in Oxford.
You can watch a video below that demonstrates Google Animal Translate.
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