Google has included support for 5 more Indic languages including Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu to Google Translate service, which is now supporting 63 languages in all.
As a translation services provider no doubt Google is at the top in the web world. Now, Google has integrated Google Translate Element with Google Sites which is used by users to create sites. See also: Google Transliteration Supports Non-Roman Languages
To type in a non-Roman language through a Roman keyboard is a difficult task which is especially experienced by the Google’s Bangalore office. To resolve this problem Google has launched a new service Google Transliteration which allows users to type phonetically using Roman characters and translates the script in to your own non-Roman language.
Google introduces new look for Google Translate with neat and clean interface and embedded new features which make easy the process of translation for users. Three new features are the part of Google Translate as now it displays the translation text in real time that means the parallel translation according to user’s typing.
Google has introduced new Google Toolbar for Firefox web browser, which adds a new feature and allows users to translate a web page just by clicking on a button of toolbar.
Google introduced a new translation gadget for web sites, which allows users to translate whole web site contents on the fly. This translation gadget is totally separate from the other translation services of Google and provides a range of 51 languages for the users.
Gmail Labs has introduced a new feature to translate your received emails in your own language. Suppose you have Customer, Colleagues or Friends in foreign countries, who don’t write your language then it doesn’t mean that they could not communicate with you.They’ll write email message in their language and you could translate that one to [...]