Watch the video translation app that turns Japanese video into English.
The app, named Youdao, is currently available for Android and iOS.
It lets users translate video from YouTube, Hulu, Vimeo, YouTube’s own videos and other sources into English using the device’s microphone and speaker.
YoudaOs developers say the app is free, but they want to raise funds so they can build the app with the help of investors.
According to the developers, the app’s developers are currently working on a second app to add video subtitles, so the app can also be used in movies and TV shows.
In addition to translation, Youdo also uses the phone’s camera to help you understand what’s going on in your video.
The Youda app uses the microphone to let users understand what the video is saying.
The app can even translate subtitles, which means that users can tell if the subtitles are coming from a video source or an online translation.
Youtuber and video editor Tomoko Okamoto also contributed to the app.
The creators say they hope the app will become a big part of Japanese society, as many people around the world watch Japanese television and other videos online.
“It’s a great way to share content, but also a good way to get a sense of the cultural context of a video, and a great source of translation,” Tomoko told TechRadars.
“I think there are a lot of people who just want to watch a Japanese video, but when you watch a video that has subtitles, it becomes very interesting and interesting to get that perspective on it.”
The Youtuber said that the app has been downloaded more than 10 million times since it launched last December.
“There are people who don’t have time for video-translating, so I think it’s a very useful way to engage with video,” she said.
“So, if you want to know what the Japanese people think about video, Youtubers can be great resources for that.”
Tomoko added that the video’s subtitle system also makes it possible to get better translations for different languages, and to have different conversations in Japanese with different people.
“For example, if someone speaks Japanese but English is the dominant language, then we can translate it into Japanese as well,” she explained.
“But then there are people that have English as their primary language, so it’s difficult for us to do that, so we can make it easier for people to do this.”
Tomoki said she hoped Youdaios app could help Japanese speakers of other languages as well.
“This is a very big topic,” she told Techradars.
“We’re still not really aware of the extent of this.
We’re just really excited to see the possibilities that people are exploring.”
Hopefully the app helps Japanese speakers to learn Japanese, and also for Japanese-speakers to learn more about other languages.
“Tomokawa added that while the app does have an app store, it is still in the early stages of development and she didn’t know if it would ever be released.