Google unveils instant translation application on mobiles
Google has unveiled a mobile phone application that allows users to translate chats instantaneously.
Google Translate can use devices running its Android operating system to allow translation of English to Spanish and vice versa.
Users will have to punch a key to activate the translation between sentences, but Google expects the service to operate in real-time within 18 months.
It uses technology similar to the updated Googles application, which uses a phone’s camera to snap images of sudoku puzzles and, via internet, whiz back the solution in seconds, the Daily Mail reports.