New Google Translate for Android comes with real time Conversation mode

On January 13, 2011, in Uncategorized, by Mike Jefferson

Google Translate is a popular tool, but it’s going to become even more popular now as Google has improved its Translate app for Android OS. So what does the improved version of Google Translate for Android have to offer?

The biggest improvement is the Conversation Mode. Though Conversation mode is still in alpha phase it works pretty good because it translates your voice conversations in real time.

That’s right, now you can speak to anyone in your native language and Google Translate will convert your speech into other person’s native language. So far, only English and Spanish languages are supported, but Google plans to add other languages over time. Besides Conversation mode, there are some UI changes that offer cleaner and easier interface with dropdown menus.

Overall, Google Translate for Android has a lot to offer, and although Conversation mode doesn’t work perfectly, it’s a great innovative addition. If you want to try the latest version of Google Translate, make sure that you visit the Android Market and that you have Android 2.1 or later.

[via Engadget]

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One Response to New Google Translate for Android comes with real time Conversation mode

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    [...] friends at PhoneArena have demoed the new Google Translate app Conversation Mode which we only just spoke of lately, the new feature allows the application to instantly translate [...]

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