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Gmail Gets a Translator: Emails Now Translated Directly in Your Inbox

June 17, 2024
Gmail Gets a Translator

Good news for multilingual mobile users! Gmail’s convenient email translation feature, previously only available on desktops, is finally here for both Android and iOS devices.

In a recent blog post, Google announced the integration of translation within the Gmail mobile app. This means you can now break down language barriers and understand emails in over 100 languages directly within your inbox.

“For years, our users have enjoyed seamless email translation in Gmail on the web,” the company stated. “We’re excited to bring this functionality to the mobile app, empowering users to translate emails on the go.”

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How to Translate Emails in the Gmail Mobile App:

  1. Open the Gmail app and navigate to the email you want to translate.
  2. Tap the three dots located in the top right corner of the email.
  3. Select “Translate” from the menu options.
  4. Choose the language you want the email translated into.
  5. The email will then be displayed in your chosen language.

Important points to remember:

  • This translation feature is currently in beta testing, meaning it’s still under development and may improve over time.
  • The translations may not always be perfect, especially for complex documents like legal or technical content.
  • You can only translate one email at a time. Translating multiple emails requires repeating this process for each message.

While the accuracy might not be foolproof yet, this new feature is a valuable addition for anyone who receives emails in languages they don’t understand. It eliminates the need to switch between apps or rely on external translation services. With a little time and continued development, Gmail’s mobile translation promises to make communication across languages a breeze.

Aditya Chaudhary

Aditya Chaudhary is a tech reviewer, Technology enthusiast and Tech news writer at The Ditible. He has 3 years of experience as Tech writer.

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