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General News Google Translate can now transcribe speech in real-time in 8 languages includng Hindi

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Days after launching an in-house recorder app with real-time transcribe, Google is bringing the feature to its widely used Translate app for Android. This means Google Translate can now transcribe speech in real-time on an Android smartphone. This would allow users to get live translations of conversations in foreign languages in a written form with the Google Translate app transcribing everything as they speak/listen.

Currently, Google Translate can transcribe speech in real-time in 8 languages including English, French, German, Hindi, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Thai. Google plans to support more languages in the days to come. The feature, it says, is now rolling out to all Android users through a new Google Translate software update. As is usually the case with such updates, not every Android device would get it at the same time, but Google assures a full rollout in the next few days. So make sure to update your Google Translate app for Android from the Play Store.

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