Google To Release Real Time Translation App

Search engine tech Giant, Google is hatching a mega plan to detect speech and translate it right away in its translate app. The company promises to roll out updates for its mobile apps as smartphone users seem to face problems while using the translate app. The user has to start a recording and wait until a moment after they are done to find out what the other person has said.

Google To Release Real Time Translation App

The new update will recognise the person's voice and speech immediately and convert it into the desired language, all the user has to do is hold the phone up while the app is running. Skype has already managed to include a similar feat on Windows 8.1.

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Japan's DoCoMo had shocased this feature on its phones a while back. This concept has been used earlier, Google's translate approach may be more helpful for tourist expeditions because it simply uses extensive cloud translation technology with an easy-to-find mobile app. The automatic might not pose an interpretation security risk.

Google splits conversations into separate files, so hackers or cybercrime villans can't easily figure out any of its users data.

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