Google Translate app gets slew of new languages

Google adds 14 language to its speech translator app
Google adds 14 language to its speech translator app

Google’s Translate app for Android, which till now let you translate only between English and Spanish, got a major update with more than a few new languages Thursday, AllThingsD reports.

Just a day before Apple officially unveils its speech-based personal assistant Siri, Google  announced its translation app now boasts Brazilian Portuguese, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Polish, Russian and Turkish. English and Spanish are still there, of course.

Translate is simple to use: Open the app on your phone, speak a sentence and Translate spits it out in the language of your choice. We think it’s a handy little app; you never know when you’ll find yourself trying to navigate a Turkish grocery. With Google Translate, you know you’re covered.

Note: Google says this is alpha technology so regional accents or background noise can affect the quality of the app’s voice recognition. In other words, you may have to speak up or repeat yourself to get an accurate translation.
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