Google is willing to facilitate communications with people from anywhere in the world.
In this regard, the company, through its vice-president for product management, Caesar Sengupta, has pointed out at a Google event in India that its translation service will offer a new feature that will allow users to communicate in different languages in a much easier way.
The idea is that users do not have the need to abandon the applications that we are using to carry out the translations and return to them again. For this, the feature called Tap to Translate will be incorporated, which will arrive on Android devices during the first quarter of next year.
This feature, as discussed in TNW, will allow us to copy the texts of the messages to be translated from our Android device, whether they are individual messages or belonging to a group conversation, and they will be translated for us through a floating window.
It is, therefore, an interesting feature that will allow us to expand our communications fluidly beyond the languages in which we operate, allowing us to converse with anyone in the world through the different communication options available.