Since obviously not all of us are multi-linguists, there are times when we stumble across foreign websites during our search which could have the answers we are seeking for. Fortunately for desktop users of Google’s Chrome browser, hitting the translate button is easy and effortless, but for mobile users, that is a different story, at least until now. The good news for Android users who browse foreign websites often is that in the latest build of Google Chrome for Android (build 28), Google has integrated the translation feature directly into the mobile browser itself, allowing users to translate webpages while on the go.
At the same time apart from the integrated translation feature, Google has also added an optimized user interface for right-to-left languages, full-screen support for tablets, along with support for Google’s experimental data compression service which in theory should allow for faster loading of websites especially when optimizing it for mobile devices. In any case the latest update to Chrome for Android can be downloaded from the Google Play store, so what are you waiting for?
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