Google’s Translate app will get real time translation soon

Google Translate

Google is working on to update its Google Translate application to add real time translation support, a add on feature Microsoft recently included in Skype. As per The New York Times, the real time translation feature will identify and converts recognized speech into texts in user selected language. It’s particularly convenient for the individuals who need advantageous access to prompt translation support.

And additionally the above translation characteristic for Google Translate, the company is likewise apparently looking to uncover another application to translate text contents captured by the camera into a chosen language. This is what we have predicted from Google since gobbled up with Quest Visual, the company behind Word Lens, which basically does precisely that.

We’ll assuredly have more points of interest on this Google Translate update soon.

New York Times

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