You may not have realized there is a huge change in the Google Translate App. That is, unless you are running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, in which case you definitely have something new to look forward to.
The Google Translate team has been hard at work bringing system-wide translation to our devices, adding the ability to decipher text across all applications. This means users no longer need to go through the hassles of switching to the Translate app, entering a word, translating it, copying it, then going back to paste it in the application of choice.
Those with the latest Android version can now simply highlight text from any app and translate it instantly. It’s as easy as pie.
It’s definitely a sign of good things to come, though. This is only a taste of what Marshmallow can do with text. We know that all of you don’t have the Android Marshmellow, but things are bright for you in the future!
Interested? You will have to wait until you get Android 6.0 Marshmallow on your device. On the Google Translate side, the update is already available from the Google Play Store.