Google brings interpreter mode language translator to the Google Assistant in smartphones as well. The company introduced this feature in Google home and Smart display earlier this year. The feature was first tested in various hotels in Las Vegas, New York, and San Francisco.

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Accessibility

Google launches this feature broadly to Android devices and iPhone. Earlier Interpreter mode was available for 26 languages on Google Home and Smart devices but in phones, it is available for 44 languages.

Using Interpreter Mode

The user needs to say “Hey Google, Help me translate (foreign language)”. After this Google will translate in real-time. Google further added that the Assistant may give smart replies to the user that helps to give quick reactions without speaking.

Interpreter Mode is present in Android by default for iPhone users they need to update or download the Google Assistant App. Otherwise, it will redirect user to Google Translator.

 

 

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