Google’s real-time voice translation service for mobile devices is on the way


Following the launch of Microsoft’s Skype Translator service, Google will soon update its mobile translation app to recognize speech in a range of languages and turn into text, reports The New York Times. Google’s will announce the update to its Android app soon. The new feature should make it easier for language learners, travelers and businesses communicate more easily when conversing with foreign language speakers. The New York Times also says that Google will launch a service to automatically translate foreign text into your native language on your smartphone, simply by pointing your device’s camera at, say, a street sign.…

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