Google has updated and improved its Translate app for Android by giving it a new look and a Conversation Mode. The new mode allows two folks who are trying to talk to each other to speak into the phone, one at a time, and see the conversation translated easily before them. The new interface is cleaner and should be easier to use, featuring drop-down menus for language choices. Currently Conversation Mode is only good for translating conversations between English and Spanish, but we’re sure that support for other languages will be added over time. The app is already up for download in the Android Market and you’ll need an Android 2.1 device or newer to enjoy it.
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