Google Translate New Transcription Feature For Android

Recently, the ability to create subtitles and translate them on the go has become popular in several Google applications, and now it has been added to Google Translate. Users can enable the automatic translation of speech to the language of their choice in real-time mode.

The feature is great for traveling abroad or communicating with people from another country. Currently, the function is available in 8 languages, including English, French, German, Russian, Hindi, Portuguese, Spanish, and Thai.

In the latest version of the Translator, the user can click the Transcribe button and select two languages ​​between which they wants to translate. Recognition and transfer on the go will begin after pressing the microphone button below, you can pause the process using the same button.

Users can also include a transcript in the original language, resize the text, or select a dark theme in the settings menu. To use this feature, you have to install the latest version of Google Translate from the Play Store for Android’s digital store. However, the functionality, as usual, unfolds gradually and will be available to everyone in the coming days. The features' deployment starts at the beginning of the week.