Google Translate Receives Transcribe Feature to Translate Speeches in Real-time


Google offers a variety of premium services for free for everyone. Google Translate receives a new update today. The translation app is not getting the much-awaited feature called Transcribe Mode. By enabling this mode, users of Android devices can translate speeches, lectures etc. in real-time.

According to reports and various sources, the company has almost finished working on this mode and the Google Translate app is soon getting this advanced feature that will translate your speeches and lectures in real-time. You don’t have to wait for the same as you would be able to hear the translated speech and lectures by using this mode.

Google says the Transcribe Mode feature will require Internet connection while you launch the app. This is because of the real-time multilingual transcription. This is more complicated than using the traditional writing and translating words and sentences using the web-based portal of this service.

Initially, the Transcribe Mode will not work with the audio files. This feature will work only with the live video captured using your Android device’s built-in microphone. Alternatively, you can play the recorded video and can translate it using the Translate app.

The translation of the speech or lecture or any other live audio will take on the place directly on Google’s Servers. Initially, it will learn different things on its own using Artificial Intelligence and other innovative technologies. The Transcribe Mode feature is still in its initial testing phase and the company has to work more to make it more stable.

At presently, reports suggest that Google is currently working on this new Transcribe Mode feature within the Google Translate service in a different limited number of languages that include Spanish, German and French. The feature is expected to be rolled out in the next month. However, there’s no specific timeline of its release revealed by the Giant as of now.

Furthermore, the official spokesperson has said that this new feature will available for Android devices initially. After a successful launch of it on Android, they will decide to release it on iOS platform.

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