Android Marshmallow Supports In-App Translating
Oct 6, 2015, 11:53 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Google today revealed a powerful addition to Android 6.0 Marshmallow: built-in language translation. Google says that people who've installed the Google Translate app on their Marshmallow device will be able to translate between 90 languages directly from within any app that uses the Android selection tool. People can type one language, highlight the text, and then choose the translation tool to convert it to the language of their choice. Some of the apps compatible with this function include Gmail, Messaging, Hangouts, and other Google apps. This is only available to the newest version of Android and Google is offering it to developers so it may be added to more third-party apps.
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