How To Translate languages using Google’s Interpreter mode.

Google Assistant Interpreter mode.

Google interpreter-mode helps you in communicating with the person who does not know your language, providing two-way translations.

Suppose you visit some other country like Japan but you don’t know the Japanese language then how you are going to talk with someone or ask for some help. Google’s interpreter mode is going to help you instant translating the sentence you speak to the other language you want to speak. It is very simple and easy to use Google interpreter mode.

If you’re using an Android phone, Assistant is built-in but, if it’s not set to listen out for “Hey Google”, hold down on the home button until the Assistant pops up before using one of the commands above. And if you have an iPhone, you’ll need to install the Google Assistant app and launch it from the home screen (Download Assistant).

Launch it with either “Hey, Google, be my Japanese translator”, or “Hey, Google, help me speak Japanese” (or whichever language you need), and hold your phone between yourself and the person you’re talking to.

Now, speak in English and, when it’s detected that you've stopped talking, Assistant will translate to Japanese and speak the result.

Google Interpreter mode provide two way translation.

It will then start listening again and, when it hears a Japanese response, translate it into spoken English. You can carry on like this until you’re both got to the end of your conversation. At that point, just say “stop”, “quit” or “exit”.

Don’t worry if you’re not traveling in a Japanese-speaking country, Google interpreter works across 44 languages, including Italian, German, Spanish, Mandarin and Japanese, and less common tongues like Estonian, Cambodian, and Telugu. The easiest way to find out if it supports the tongue you need is simply to ask it to be your translator for that language.

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