Looking for interpreters? Well try this one and tell the difference. No need to hire interpreters nor going to a computer shop to get online with this new software installed in a gadget you’ll definitely not regret buying it.
At San Francisco, California Google began turning Android-powered smartphones into interpreters with experimental software that lets the handsets translate conversations in real time.
An in-the-works version of “Conversation Mode” was made available as the California-based Internet giant updated a text translation feature it added to Android smartphones a year ago.
Product manager Awaneesh Verma said in a blog post, “In conversation mode, simply press the microphone for your language and start speaking.”
“Google Translate will translate your speech and read the translation out loud. Your conversation partner can then respond in their language, and you’ll hear the translation spoken back to you.”
But for now conversation mode only translates between English and Spanish, and factors such as regional dialects, background noise, or fast talking could vex translations, he warned.
Verma also said, “Even with these caveats, we’re excited about the future promise of this technology to be able to help people connect across languages.”
“As Android devices have spread across the globe, we’ve seen Translate for Android used all over.”
Verma added that the translate supports 53 languages in text and Android devices handle voice recognition in 15 languages.
Imagine how fast technology runs this day. Truly man is God’s amazing creation.