Google’s prototype language translator, Conversation Mode now lets you communicate with locals in any part of the world.
The translator uses Android phones to record spoken words and then play them back in a different language.
It combines the technology of Google Voice and Google Translate to translate over 50 languages via a speech interface on a smartphone, in comparison to some of the best competitors that can claim around twenty languages.
Like Google Translate, the program is designed to learn over time, reports
The more translations you feed in, the better its learning capabilities.
Although Google hasn’t announced the date of release, the translator is expected to hit markets soon.