New Google Chrome Extension Brings Google Translate To Google+ Posts.

  • August 29, 2011 2:03 pm


Want to follow a few non-native speaking Google+ users but don’t feel like running back and forth between languages on Google Translate or learning another language? You’re in luck. A Google Translate engineer by the name of Matt Suess just announced a new Google+ Chrome extension that aims to bring down language barriers with easy, seamless Google Translate support. As you can see from the image above, once the extension is installed a handy “translate” appears underneath posts that will in turn quickly and easily translate the content at hand.

Start translating between over 50 languages by picking up the Google+: Google Translate extension right over here.

**There’s already a feature built into Chrome that allows you to click on any foreign language and quickly translate to English. However, it’s worth noting this built-in feature is slower because it translates the entire page whereas the new plugin above translates a particular post.



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