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Google Translate App for Android Updated with 14 Languages

|October 14 2011 |Mobile Apps, Fun, Google


Google Translate app for Android devices knocks out the language barriers. The app now carries speech to speech conversation in 14 new languages. When the company proposed this app this was available in English to Spanish alone. The Conversation Mode allows the user to speak to the app and then the app repeats the dialogue in the target language. Now, the new apps supports an array of languages including Brazilian Portuguese, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Polish, Russian, and Turkish.

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Google also offers this service in text translation for 63 languages and 17 among those with voice input translations. However, users feel little annoying with this app as this could get a little wonky from background noise and regional accents. The app is very easy to operate by just clicking the microphone icon in the Translate app. When the user speaks in their regional language, the translates and repeats it back in the target language. Users can also magnify and see if the apps listening properly to the user as the above image illustrates.





Click here to download the app from Android market.


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