July 3, 2022
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Last year at CES, Google introduced a new interpreter mode of Google Assistant which allows you to speak one language to the Google Assistant and have it translate what you said into another. 

Google has recently revealed it through a support page that the interpreter function is finally rolling out to Google Home and smart display devices, as reported by Android Police.

The interpreter mode supports 26 different languages and can be use by just asking the Google Assistant to help you speak a particular language or to turn on interpreter mode.

On the smart displays, the feature will display the translation, as well as speak it aloud. Now this new feature can be useful in many ways and can help you to translate something you want so you don’t need to use a online translator or something else.

The users of Google Home speaker, another any other speaker that has Google Assistant, or a smart display can access the interpreter mode starting today.

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