Google has rolled out an update to its popular translation app Google Translator that adds more options for translating texts in other countries and locales.
The company released the update today and it’s a big one, including a few new languages, a few more languages for English-speaking users, and more.
Google Translates texts in more than 150 languages, according to Google.
If you want to translate texts from other languages, Google also says it’ll show you how you can translate your text.
But it doesn’t seem like it’s getting the kind of translation that most of us are used to, and that’s disappointing to say the least.
The new options are: English: To translate texts in English, go to the search bar in Google Translations, select “translation options,” then click “English translation,” then select “Show translation options.”
It’ll then show you a list of options to choose from.
There’s also a “language list” menu to the left that shows you the available translations.
There are three language options in this menu: Spanish, French, and Italian.
Spanish, the language of Spanish speakers, has been Google’s best-selling translation app for years.
Google says the company plans to roll out a translation for Spanish in the future.
“We have been working to make the Google Translated text experience better for Spanish speakers,” Google said in a blog post announcing the new options.
“It’s a huge task to do this, and it took us some time to make sure we got everything right.
But we’re thrilled to be able to make it easier for our users.”
French and Italian both made the list of the most popular translations of Google Transliteration.
In the past, Google Translation translated texts into other languages on the site, including Arabic, Chinese, Czech, Danish, English, Finnish, French and German.
But that didn’t always work out, so Google Translocators have now been improved in recent years.
The Google Transtranslation tool was revamped in 2015 and this update brings those improvements, Google said.
It adds English translations to a variety of languages and it also lets you change the font size and position of text.
“Now you can even choose between different fonts for different languages,” Google wrote.
Google’s Translator has also become much more customizable over time.
You can set a default language and you can customize the language by adding or removing additional languages and text.
There also are new translations for languages like Arabic, Hindi, Hungarian, Korean, Polish, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Tagalog, Turkish, Vietnamese, and Turkish.
The app is also getting new translations from Google Play Books and Google Play Music.
You may not want to buy the Google app anymore, but Google Transfers still have a place in the Google ecosystem.
Google doesn’t have an official English version of Google’s translation tool, but you can try Google Transcribe.
Google also is adding translations for other languages in the coming months.
You’ll find them in Google’s Google Transcription app.