The mobile application, Live Transcribe, supported by Google Translate, which was first released as a demo in January, is offered to Android users with 8 languages support. This feature allows you to record spoken words in one language and convert them into translated text on your phone without any delay.
Google Translate recently launched the Live Transcribe app, which provides continuous and real-time translation of a conversation, to Android users. Transcribe will start providing support for 8 languages in the coming days. These languages include English, French, German, Hindi, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Thai.
As we can see, there is no Turkish among the languages in question. There is no information yet that our language will be added to the options in the future. Google Translate will be able to translate lectures and lectures without time limits with AI-powered Live Transcribe. The app allows you to record spoken words in one language and convert them to translated text on your phone. All this is done in real time.
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Live Transcribe users can change the size of the text that appears on the screen for real-time translations or pause a translation at any time. Google plans to bring the Live Transcribe app to iOS devices in the future, but there is no exact date in this regard.
Live Transcribe is the latest real-time ‘from speech to text’ artificial intelligence app from Google. It should also be noted that Google Assistant is now capable of reading or translating 43 languages from a website with simple voice commands.
The new Live Transcribe potentially uses the Live Transcribe speech engine, along with TPU units, to deliver multiple updates to translation every second. The Live Transcribe app is designed for people who are deaf and hard of hearing. Using automatic speech recognition technology, the application performs real-time speech and text extraction to the text on your screen.
You can also customize the dark theme options by changing the text size by tapping the microphone icon in the Translate settings menu.