According to insider reports from Google, the tech giant would be releasing an update for its Google Translate mobile app pretty soon as the app currently performs below par in much of its tasks.
Google Translate as of now is more of an antique app rather than the everyday use app for most of the users in the present real world scenarios. Speech conversion as of now employees the app to start recording and then wait for a few moments after the app finishes translating and displaying translated text which the other person said in a foreign language. This as most of us found was not the most helpful way to cross the language barrier.
However, a new app is in on the making scenes by Google which would considerably speed things up a bit, which obviously what we want if we happen to be touring Europe especially Paris where a beautiful French brunette is waiting to be asked out and we do ask her, but don’t understand a word coming out of her mouth.
Furthermore the update would certainly make things go much smoother. According to inside reports we could certainly listen, or read in this case, to what the pretty French dame has to offer just by merely letting the app run while we held our phone up to the person speaking and the rest is up to the app as it automatically detects the speech and translates it on the fly, displaying the result on our screen.
This concept of instantaneous translation is not new in the market and services like Skype and DoCoMo, a Japanese mobile carrier, offer these kinds of services as well. But the Google app would be different, firstly because it would be backed by the search engine giant’s cloud computing power, and secondly it would be secure as there are reports that both incoming speech would be saved on a different file location as well outgoing text.