Google Translate Will Bring Some Updates Soon

By | May 18, 2013 · 0 comments

As we all know Google is an all-rounder, it has provided us different and a lot of features such as email, drive, maps, news and more. It has also provided us with the feature of translating language on internet. There are thousands of languages around the globe, and Google Translates provides 71 different language translations until now. Google I/O has confirmed that Google Translate provides a billion translations a day for about 200 million users across the world. It has also confirmed that Google Translation is being used a lot beside US around the world. There is an estimate the 92 percent of people who use Google translation are not in US but from other countries around the globe.

As the centric language of world is English and so it is for the internet, but the feature of Google translation is expanding overtime around the world. People are willing to look into it more excitingly than English. Everyone would know how to speak English but people eagerly look forward in learning other languages and in that Google translates helps a lot and that’s why it is being operated in a large number of people all over the world. Even if you want to right the text from right to left in non-roman alphabets, it can translate that. Or even if you type in roman English it will translate that too. It is very complicated mathematics which creates these translations but it is helping a lot of people.google translate countries

The service of Google translates is now working on 71 languages and they want to add more languages so that it could expand and everyone can have an access to their language which will make this service dominating. It translates more than million words per day and is very handful to the people who surf internet on daily basis. You can take an example of Facebook, even that has a translator which translates you languages into English such as if you type Urdu or Chinese, Philippines and more.

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The project of Google Translate started in 2001 and has been increasingly growing since then. Google had a mission to establish this service and it was to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible.

There comes a news feed that Google Translate will have upcoming changes in it to enhance it the better way. It will be having more than 71 languages because there are thousands of languages across the world which they want to be appeared on Google Translate. When Google Translate gathers enough data that’s when it is able to appear that language in Google Translate and that’s what it intends to do.

Google I/O will be bringing better quality in Google Translate which will be usable and good enough to power a web site for use in multiple languages. It wants to make sure that you have an access to Google Translate wherever you are so it will be improving that feature as well.

The real-time communication meaning that it wants that you would be able to translate the words instantly without any hassle and by enabling multi-language communication among different people they want the conversations to happen in real by understanding each other languages easily.

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