Google Translate Launches Transcribe For Live Speech Translation

Recently, Google Translate launched Transcribe for Android, a new feature that can live translate speech into another language.
Transcribe is the latest real-time speech-to-text AI from Google. According to google Transcribe will be rolling out in the next few days with support for English, French, German, Hindi, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Thai.
Well, the Transcribe feature will be available to you if you have the latest version of the Google Translate app on your Android phone. To try and test the transcribe feature, you need to go to your Translate app on Android then tap on the - Transcribe - symbol from the home screen and choose the source and target languages from the language dropdown at the top.
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As per your need, you can pause or restart transcription by tapping on the mic icon. And phone users also can see the original transcript, change the text size or choose a dark theme in the settings menu.
Google said that it will continue to make speech translations available in a variety of situations.
As of now, the transcribe feature works best in a quiet environment with one person speaking at a time. You can try the feature in other situations also, the app will still do its best to provide the gist of what's being said. And conversation mode in the app will help you to have a back and forth translated conversation with someone.