Google Now In Translator Mode Comes to Android and iOS Devices
Translator mode, introduced by Google on Smart Screens, listens to conversations in different languages and translates simultaneously. This translation appears as a text on the screen. Translator mode now also comes to Android and iOS devices.
At the beginning of 2019, Google introduced Google Now’s translator mode to its users via Smart Screens. Now this feature is available for all Android and iOS devices. Translator mode is very simple to use. It is possible to activate translator mode by using commands such as “Hello Google, become my German translator” or “Hello Google, help me speak English”.
The translation of the conversations will appear on the phone screen as a text
Conversations made in the language of your choice will be listened to by the application and then a text will appear on your phone screen. Google Now also offers answers to make the conversation smoother. There is no doubt that this new translator mode, which Google will carry to mobile phones, will be very useful.
There have also been some recent updates to Google Glass Explorer Edition
Google Glass Explorer Edition, one of Google’s wearable technology products, recently received the latest updates. Google also succeeded to stand out in various areas, one of the areas invested in wearable technology. The company’s initiative in this field was Google Glass. This smart glasses, developed by Google, is produced by Foxconn and was introduced for the first time in 2013.
But Google didn’t get exactly what it wanted from this project. Although Google Glass has features such as connecting to the internet and recording videos, it has received complaints and criticism that it violates privacy. Google then launched several models of this smart glasses. One of these glasses is Google Glass Explorer Edition.
The latest update for Google’s smart glasses needs to be installed manually, and Google provides a detailed guide to assist the user in this process. However, as the production of the glasses will be discontinued in February, the connection of the glasses to the backend services will cease with the new update.
In addition, the glasses will be disconnected from Google accounts. This means that Glass will no longer be able to link to Gmail or YouTube. However, the glasses can be paired with the phone via Bluetooth, and will still have the ability to capture photos, videos and transfer images to a computer.