Google Translate

Google Translate is a free multilingual machine translation service developed by Google, for text translation. It provides website interfaces, mobile apps for Android and iOS, and APIs that help developers build browser extensions and software applications. Google Translate supports over 100 languages ​​on many different levels, and as of May 2017, serves more than 500 million people every day.

Google Translate can translate many types of text and media, including text, speech, images, web pages or real-time videos, from one language to another. It supports over 100 languages ​​at many different levels and as of May 2017, serves more than 500 million people every day. For some languages, Google Translate can pronounce translated text, highlight corresponding words and phrases in source and destination text, and act as a simple dictionary for single word input. If "Language detection" is selected, the text in an unknown language can be automatically determined. If the user enters the URL in the source text, Google Translate will generate a hyperlink to a machine translation of the site. Users can save translations in "contacts" for later use. For some languages, text can be entered via the on-screen keyboard, via handwriting recognition or voice recognition.

Features of Google Translate

• Click to translate: Copy the text in any application and your translation pops up

• Translate between 103 languages ​​by typing

• Phrasebook: Copy and save translations for future reference in any language

• Offline: Translate 59 languages ​​when you don't have Internet

• Camera Mode: Take photos for higher quality translations in 37 languages

• Instant camera translation: Use your camera to instantly translate text in 38 languages

• Conversation mode: Two-way instant speech in 32 languages

• Handwriting: Draw characters instead of using the keyboard in 93 languages

Google Translate is becoming smarter. The online translation tool has recently started using a neural network to translate between some of its most popular languages ​​- and the system is so smart, it can do this for language pairs that It has not been properly trained. To do this, it seems to have created its own artificial language.

Traditional machine translation systems divide sentences into words and phrases, and translate each sentence individually. In September, Google Translate revealed a new system that uses neural networks to work on entire sentences at once, providing it with more context to find the best translation. This system currently works for eight of the most popular language pairs that Google Translate operates