‘Google Translate gets real-time voice translation’




The translation app from Google will be able to translate conversations from a number of popular languages ​​in real time, writes an American newspaper. Also would the company with a service, for example, street signs to translate in real time.

Google Translate In an update to the Google Translate app is the ability to translate conversations in real-time processing, writes The New York Times. A number of popular languages ​​are supported; it is unclear what they are. Google has the coverage of The New York Times has not yet confirmed.

It is unclear whether the real-time option can only be used in “real” conversations, or the functionality for example, ends up in Google’s Hangouts video chat app. Google Translate will display the translation into text, as opposed to Skype Translator, wherein the translation is actually pronounced .

In addition, Google is the newspaper shortly with a service that allows a user-written text on the smartphone camera can translate real-time, such as the text in a foreign street sign. It is unclear whether that functionality is incorporated into the Translate app, or that it is a separate service. Translate the app has the ability to translate written text, but that does not happen in real time: The app must first analyze a photograph. In May took Google a business that has developed an app that lets users text could translate real time.


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