Google Translate For Android Gets A New Look

Posted: Jan 13 2011, 1:14pm CST | by , in News | Android

 

Google Translate for Android Gets a New Look
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Google Translate gets new features

If you are an Android user that travels a lot or works around people that don’t speak your language a translator is necessary sometimes. Google has announced a new update to the Google Translate Android app that adds a new look. The app can translate messages sent to you in a foreign language and has a new voice input method.

That means you can speak what you want the app to translate and the app will do the work for you. The input box is also easier to use according to Google and it gets more new features as well. Google also talked a bit about a new feature in early stages of work.

The experimental mode is Conversation Mode. It allows you to communicate fluidly with another person as you talk. You can press the mic and just start talking, it will translate what you say into another language, and what they say is translated back to you in your language.

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