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Google Translate Now offer Translation Inside any Android App

Google recently introduced a  new feature known as " Tap to Translate " earlir today for Google Translate app. This updated feature now allows you to  translate language inside of any other android apps after you've Selected text in a differnt language,a  little Translate icon will appear which is very similar to  Facebook's chat heads — through which you can read the translated text.  This pop up will also allow to revert text from your first language back into the other language.

This new feature for sure will save lots of time and effort, whether they frequently need to translate text or just do so on occasion. According to Google will work with app, ie chat app, a browser, or so on, so long as you can highlight the text. Microsoft added basically the same exact feature to its Android translation app last month, but it placed the translate option in the cut / copy / paste menu, which is maybe a bit less convenient than a giant bubble (or maybe less annoying, depending on how you look at it).

Google is bringing a couple of other updates to Google Translate today, too. An offline mode is rolling out on iOS, with each offline language only requiring a small 25MB of space.

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