Google Translate translates conversations in real time. The Conversation tool allows the user to choose two different languages and have dialogues with simultaneous translation. The useful resource for those who travel and do not know the local language or to communicate with foreigners who visit the city where they live.
The tool is only available for Android smartphones. Check out, in the step by step below, how to use Google Translate's "Conversation" function.
Google Translate allows you to chat in real time in two different languages Photo: Bruno De Blasi / dnetc
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Step 1. Open Google Translate and choose the Conversation option. To select the languages of the dialogue, just tap on the names.
Click on the "Conversation" item from Google Translate Photo: Reproduo / Taysa Coelho
Step 2. On the next screen, a list of available options will appear. s choose a language and hold down the microphone below the language to be spoken at the moment. The Google service will immediately interpret and write on the screen what was said in both languages, in addition to pronouncing the translation of the dialogue.
Press the button corresponding to the language on Google Translate Photo: Reproduo / Taysa Coelho
Step 3. To answer, just have someone else press and hold the button corresponding to your language while speaking. The Translator also offers the option of automatic translation, in which one can speak freely, without pressing any button. When you tap on the option, the app automatically recognizes what is being said and translates right away. However, the method may be slower and have more flaws.
Google Translate also offers automatic translation Photo: Reproduo / Taysa Coelho