Google Translate is a service offered by Google to translate text or complete websites from one language to another. Support for many languages and its ease of use make Google Translate a popular choice for users who need translation.
Users who have installed the developer release of Google Chrome might already have noticed that Google has integrated Google Chrome into the web browser.
This only becomes apparent when a user visit a website that is displayed in a different language than the computer system’s default language (or the web browser’s language, not sure).
Google Chrome will automatically display a small toolbar below the address bar that offers to translate the website into the default language.
It is possible to change the detected language to another one in case Google Translate detected the wrong language. A click on translate will translate the website to the default system language. If that option is selected the translation toolbar will change telling the user that the website has been translated from the original language into the default system language. Here it is possible to make changes to either the detected language or the language the website has been translated to.
The options button displays different options on the first and second screen. Options on the first screen are provided to either never translate into that language or to never translate that site. Options on the second screen are to set the web browser to always translate the language whenever it is encountered.
The build in translation service is a great addition to the Google Chrome web browser. It is unobtrusive and comfortable. Only an option to disable it completely or to configure it in an initial setup would have been nice.
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