Finally, the long-awaited Google Assistant’s interpreter mode is set to arrive on all Android and iOS devices. In January 2019, Google has announced that it is going to release its interpreter mode at CES 2019. This mode allows the user to translate your conversations into the desired language in real-time.
Google Assistant’s interpreter boasts with 44 languages and can be accessed by commands like, “Hey Google, help me speak Chinese” or “Hey Google, be my Thai translator.” After every translation, Google Assistant might offer some useful and smart replies and are spoken aloud to make faster replies and conversations.
If it is a quiet place and you no longer want Google Assistant to speak aloud then you can keep it to text mode where you can find a keyboard to type on. For more command on the interpreter, manual mode is also available in which two mics are displayed for each language. You can tap on the desired language mic and the interpreter would speak in that language. When not needed the interpreter mode can be turned off by commanding or just by tapping the trigger button on the top of the Google Assistant.
This feature has first arrived on Google Home smart speakers. It is already working on Android phones, and if you can’t find it right now it should be there very soon.