How many times did you want to shorten an URL before you can send it to someone? URL shortening is quite popular nowadays especially on sites such as Twitter because it can save your character space. You probably know that there are many different URL shortener service available, but did you know that Google service goo.gl has got its own website?
In the last few days it seems Google has upped its translation services by allowing users to upload an entire document for translation into different languages. In the past Google’s translation services have only supported snippets of texts or entire web pages by entering a URL and choosing the source and output languages.
Now this added function will definitely benefit alot more users who hope save time and get more out of translating their content. The only concern at this point is that the results are in HTML format as opposed to the format of your originally uploaded file. So if you upload a spreadsheet you won’t get a translated, downloadable spreadsheet in return.