Google Translate is one of the very popular apps for translation. The translation app from Google is much better than the latest translation app from Apple. One of the best aspects of this is that it allows you to have real-time conversations and to translate them on your device.
Google announced today that it will allow you to store these transcripts of real-time translations on your phone. When you write the text you will see a star button in the upper right corner of the screen. Clicking this button will save the transcripts to your phone. These can access from the sidebar on the side
Google’s transcript feature now works in nine languages: English, Hindi, Spanish, French, German, Thai, Italian, Russian, and Portuguese.
According to XDA developers, this feature was found under Developer in May. But since it is on the server-side, it may not be shown to everyone. You can get the latest version of Google Translate available on Play Store on your Android smartphone by updating.
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