Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Google Translate

Google has announced some great improvements in Google Translate. Google Translate — a service that helps people access information throughout the world by enabling them to automatically translate text and and web pages into their own language. Google Translate offers 51 languages, representing over 98% of Internet users today.

Three New features which are incorporated into this new release:
  • Translate instantly: Google Translate now translates your text right as you type.
  • Read and write any language: Want to say "Today is a good day" in Chinese, but can't read Han characters? Click "Show romanization" to read text written phonetically in English. Right now, this works for all non-Roman languages except for Hebrew, Arabic and Persian. Also new input transliteration feature for Arabic, Persian or Hindi allow you to type words as they sound and convert them to native script.

  • Text-to-speech: When translating into English, you can now also hear translations in spoken form by clicking Speaker Icon.

For more details about Google Translate, click here



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