Gmail Gets Translation Service

Posted: May 21 2009, 6:59am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:30pm CDT , in Technology News


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Google has announced that it is bringing its Google Translate service to Gmail. I am just tickled to hear that, now I can read all of those Russian spam messages I get each day that I am sure translate to making your manhood larger or helping someone get millions out of a bank account left form some war.

The service is dubbed Message Translation and is accessible by activating the Google Labs extension and emails are translated automatically as they are viewed.

The feature is available to all Gmail users. Anyone who has used the translation service eon a webpage before knows that it's not without flaws. Translated pages can make no sense, especially Japanese translations.

Via Bit-tech

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