The power to translate straight into the keyboard and the choice for dictation are nothing new to Gboard, however the two options by no means labored collectively. Now Google is releasing an replace to its keyboard app that means that you can use voice dictation whereas the interpretation interface is open.
Gboard will get transcription and translation in actual time
Now you need to use voice dictation in Gboard whereas the interpretation interface is open by tapping the microphone icon on the far proper of the toolbar. Throughout dictation, phrases are transcribed of their authentic language within the translation field on the high of the keyboard, however are translated into the second language inside the app in use.
Other than a sure slowness, all language combos supported by Google translator seem like suitable with this function, in addition to computerized language detection and punctuation insertion.
Whereas common voice dictation in Gboard can go on indefinitely, the Google Translate field solely helps 200 characters at most, which is roughly two or three medium-length sentences.
Actual-time translation works with each Gboard’s current voice dictation interface and the brand new UI primarily based on the brand new Google Assistant we talked about yesterday.
Total this function is much like Google Translate’s real-time transcription, nevertheless it’s accessible straight through the keyboard, so in any app with out the necessity to open Google Translate and replica the ensuing textual content to stick it into your app.
How one can replace the Gboard keyboard app
Actual-time transcripts and translations are at the moment rolling out for all customers. To verify if the performance has reached your Android machine, you possibly can replace the Gboard app utilizing the badge beneath, or you possibly can obtain and set up the APK of Gboard 9.7 Beta out there right here.