Google has announced the introduction of interpreter mode
Whether it's a messaging or chatting app or everyday life, even if you don't know the language of the other person in the conversation, you just have to use this great Google feature.
In fact, most people will not bother to learn any other language because of this feature of Google because Google is there to help in all walks of life.
Google has announced the introduction of interpreter mode for Android and iOS devices in its digital assistant, which will translate languages in real-time to your phone.
This great feature is starting to roll out to people today, which is nothing new since it was first introduced in Google Nest Hub in January this year.
Similarly, it is also available in Google Home and Google Home Money, but these are devices that are not available in every country, so now the company has made it part of smartphones.
And no need to load any more apps to translate a language because this mode has been added to the Google Assistant app.
All you have to say is Google Be My Spanish Translator or Google Heap My Speech Russian and then start talking.
You and the person you are talking to will be able to see and hear this translation over the phone.
Interpreter Mode will support 44 languages, including Arabic, Bengali, Burmese, Cambodian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, German, Urdu and other languages, the list of which can be viewed at this link.
According to the discussion, Google Smart Assistant will also advise a few smart replays so that they can be answered promptly and you will not have to worry about pronunciation.
This feature will provide users with different communication modes so instead of listening to the translation on the phone speaker you will be able to type on your keyboard or manually select the option you want.
As mentioned above, this feature is set to launch on smartphones from Thursday and will be available to all users very soon.
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