Wednesday, 21 November, 2018

Google Enables Real-Time Translations On All The Google Assistant Supported Devices

Google Enables Real-Time Translations On All The Google Assistant Supported Devices Google Enables Real-Time Translations On All The Google Assistant Supported Devices
Sherri Watson | 17 October, 2018, 09:38

Since its inception, the Google Pixel series of smartphones have been known to lead the pack when it comes to mobile photography. While we've already told you about various Pixel 3 pre-order deals that you can take advantage of - at Verizon, Best Buy, or Target - there's one more deal that you may not have heard of, and this one comes from Google itself. After downloading the app, all you will need to do is open the app and choose the camera icon. Google quietly changed a support page for its Pixel Buds, which now states that "Google Translate is available on all Assistant-optimized headphones and Android phones".

Since 2016, Pixel users have been complaining about the lack of support the default camera app has for external microphones.

Google will argue that the Pixel 3 and 3XL are competitively priced as they are top-of-the-range devices that work seamlessly with the new Android 9.0 Pie OS, which also launched this week.

"I have been keeping an eye on this thread since the beginning and have good news", he wrote. Until now, users were only left with the option to record via the on-device microphones in the stock app, which offers several brilliant shooting conveniences. Luckily, the software update will apparently be applied to all versions of the Google Pixel device.

The most important new products were Google's two new high-end smartphones, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL. You can access the feature by using the voice command "hey Google, help me interpret..." followed by your language of choice.

Google also announced the Pixel Slate - a new high-end tablet and iPad rival; Google Home Hub - a smart display that will rival the Amazon Echo Show.