Google is enhancing user communication across various languages by integrating seamless native translation into its Gmail mobile application. This brand-new functionality, now accessible on both Android and iOS devices, is being introduced today and was previously limited to the web version.
Both Android and iOS users can now take advantage of this feature, which simplifies cross-lingual communication, fostering smoother interactions despite language differences.
Android and iOS Users Can Now Translate Mails – Try it Today
“For years, our users have conveniently translated emails in Gmail on the web to over 100 languages. Starting today, we’re excited to announce a native translation integration within the Gmail mobile app that will enable you to seamlessly communicate in a wide range of languages,” Google stated in a blog post.
As outlined in Google’s blog post, the translation capability works dynamically by recognizing when an email’s language diverges from the user’s chosen display language. When this happens, a notification strip will appear at the top of the email and invite you to translate the message. From a dropdown menu, users can select their preferred language, or they can simply dismiss the banner if they opt not to translate the mail.
Furthermore, users can personalize their translation preferences within the settings. This allows them to specify languages they wish to translate consistently or, conversely, languages they prefer not to have translated at all.
Here is How to Translate Any Mail in Your Preferred Language –
For mobile translation of a message, users simply need to tap the “Translate” choice found within the three-dot icon positioned at the upper-right corner of the email.
Subsequently, users can tap the banner to unveil the translated version of the email. Alternatively, they have the liberty to dismiss the uppermost banner. Moreover, there’s an option to permanently refrain from translating emails in that specific language. For further customization, users can define their translation inclinations within the settings, allowing them to stipulate languages they wish to consistently translate or exclude from translation altogether.
Over the course of the upcoming fortnight, the translation integration will progressively extend its reach to Android users. Meanwhile, the feature will make its debut on iOS devices, commencing from August 21st onward.