Google provides ML-based translation for Android applications


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Google has announced that it will offer free machine-learning translation for Android apps. The service will allow app developers to reach as many users as they can without significantly increasing their costs.

For precise translation into the supported languages, Google Translate will use its transformer-based language models. The service will be accessible to developers through the Play Console. Developers only need to upload the strings for their app in their native tongue to get started. The translation service will then translate them into the chosen languages.

Developers who want to be among the first to use the program when it launches can sign up using the link provided by Google.

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