Ever now or then, we meet new people speaking new languages, and in such a situation, we need an interpreter who translates their language for us. Now, we can’t hire an interpreter all the time in all places. So, we need some technology that can solve this task. Well, to help us communicate with such people easily, Google creates a technology called Interpreter mode and assemble it inside Google Assistant.
Once enabled, the Interpreter mode translates a language into another one in realtime. Until now, Interpreter mode was available only in Google Home Smart Speakers. However, Today, Google rolls it out in Google Assistant for iOS and Android Devices.
Right now, Google Assistant’s Interpreter mode for Phones and Tablets supports 44 languages in total. Now, out of these 44 languages, 10 of them are commonly speaking in India. These 10 languages are Hindi, English, Urdu, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil, and Telugu.
Now, let’s take a look at how you can enable Interpreter mode in your Android or iOS Device.
How to Enable Interpreter Mode in Android and iOS?
To enable Interpreter mode in the Google Assistant of Android and iOS device, all you have to do is ask your Google Assistant, “Hey Google, Help me Speak Tamil.”
Now, once you said the above command to Google Assistant, all you have to speak your language, and it translates your language into Tamil.
So, this is how you speak the Tamil language via Google Assistant. Similarly, you can speak other languages.
Now, to hear a different language into your native one, you can say different commands like Hey Google, Interpret from Tamil to Hindi, Be my Tamil Interpreter, and so on.
To stop using Interpreter mode, you can use commands like Stop, Quit, Exit.