Google has responded to the recent devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan with a new experimental version of
Google Translate


which it hopes will make it easier for those affected by the tragic events to communicate.

Like the version of Google Translate available on the Android Market, the app supports text and voice translation between over 50 languages, including Japanese. What's new in this version, however, is "conversation mode", which combines speech-to-text, translation and text-to-speech technology to make it easier to speak directly to someone in another language.

The experimental app supports Android 2.0 and above, and requires that your phone is set to accept non-Market app downloads. You can grab it using the QR code after the jump, or at the source link. [
Google Crisis Response


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Google responds to Japan quake crisis with experimental Translate app


posted originally by
Android Central




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