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Google Translate App for Android now with Conversation Mode

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google translate for androidGoogle had launched an update to Google Translate for Android with an experimental feature called Conversation Mode, which enabled users to translate speech back and forth between languages. The app has now been upgraded and Google has expanded the concept by adding new languages including Brazilian Portuguese, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Polish, Russian and Turkish. The app supports text translation among 63 languages, voice input in 17 of those languages, and text-to-speech in 24 of them.
Google Translate for Android now supports text translation among 63 languages, voice input in 17 of those languages, and text-to-speech in 24 of them.

To use the Conversation Mode, speak into your phone’s microphone, and the Translate app will translate what you’ve said and read the translation out loud. The person you’re speaking with can then reply in their language, and Conversation Mode will translate what they said and read it back to you.

There are also some added features to make it easier to speak and read as you translate. For example, if you wanted to say “Where is the train?” but Google Translate recognizes your speech as “Where is the rain?”, you can now correct the text before you translate it. You can also add unrecognized words to your personal dictionary. When viewing written translation results; you can tap the magnifying glass icon to view the translated text in full screen mode so you can easily show it to someone nearby, or just pinch to zoom in for a close-up view. The app is now also optimized for larger screened devices like tablets.

The app is available for device with Android 2.2 and up. Download the app over here.

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