Google moves browser translation out of beta – Chrome supports 52 languages

Google has decided to take its browser translation features out of beta status. The company said that it would be extending the feature to all Windows versions of its Chrome browser as part of the “stable channel” category. First unveiled earlier this month in beta versions of Chrome, the translation tools support 52 different languages and allow the browser to translate text within web pages at high speeds. Google said that the translation tools would be included in all newly-downloaded versions of Chrome, while current users will be able to install the tools as part of an automatic update. In addition to the translation tools, the company is planning to change Chrome’s privacy settings in the new update. The update will allow users to better manage cookies, pop-ups, images and JavaScript code.


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