Early this year, Google brought its real-time translation feature, interpreter mode, to Assistant-enabled smart displays and speakers. Now, the feature is rolling out to Assistant-enabled Android and iOS phones worldwide.
To use interpreter mode, you’ll say something like “Hey Google, be my German translator,” or “Hey Google, help me speak Thai.” Assistant will listen to the conversation and a translated transcript will appear on your phone. Assistant may offer suggested responses, via Smart Replies, in an attempt to make the conversation faster and more fluid.
Interpreter mode will undoubtedly be more helpful on your phone than on a smart display, especially with the help of Google Maps’ Translate button, which was introduced last month. A tap of the button will prompt Google to speak a location’s name and address in the local language…
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