About a year ago, the Google Assistant became your great ally when trying to communicate with other people: it included an interpreter mode, with which you can translate simultaneously between two languages without needing to open Google Translate.
The way to open the Google Assistant Interpreter mode is to use a voice command like “I want you to be my English translator” and now there is an easier way: install your own app, already on Google Play
Interpreter mode, on Google Play
Google has released Google’s Interpreter Mode app or, rather, a shortcut to it in its app store. The application occupies less than 500 KB and is essentially an access for open the Google Assistant directly in interpreter mode, without having to issue any orders in advance.
The movement is a bit strange, because from the Google Assistant interpretation mode you can create a shortcut on the home screen
This Interpreter Assistant app is published on Google Play as first version which is not available in almost all countries, although it is possible to install it from an APK file. At the moment it is a direct access without more, although it is possible that in the future the application will improve, including some extras.
To tell the truth, this from publish “parts” of the Google app as separate apps This isn’t something entirely new, since Google has already released its podcasts and Google Lens app, so there will be a reason behind it, although it may not be obvious at first glance.
Via | 9to5Google