Google Translate for Android brings Wear




Google has this week-Translate translation service announced for Android Wear. Thus anyone can convert spoken language into another, written language. Competitor Microsoft came earlier this month with a similar service for Wear.

Translate with someone who for instance have a conversation with a foreigner, leave a message and then the translated message display to the other. Then he can in turn tell you something, then the software overall turnover again in the mother tongue of the Wear-user. According to Google Translate automatically detect what language a person speaks of the two selected languages.

Google announced in a blog post that the Translate service, which would use half a billion people monthly, is in the latest update for Android Wear. It involves Wear 1.3 where Google has also interactive dials introduced. The Translate translation software supports 44 spoken and written languages ​​and 90 works completely in the smart watch, so that a phone is not necessary. However, there must be a wifi connection that can use the watch.

It is significant that Google is late in delivering his translation service for its own platform. Competitor Microsoft came because earlier this month with a translation app for android wear, and in addition to Apple Watch. The new app, called Microsoft Translator can translate spoken text to and from fifty different languages, including Dutch.


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