Wed 01 February 2023:
Google Chrome is said to be working on a new method for easily translating text within images. According to Android Police, the information came from Chrome feature researcher Leopeva64.
The new image translation tool is still in development and is not yet available in Chrome Beta or Canary. At the moment, Chrome will allow you to translate entire web pages by right-clicking on the desktop or tapping the menu button on mobile, then selecting the “Translate” option.
It is also important to note that the feature will not work on banners, posters, or other embedded images in web pages.
With the new feature, users will likely be able to right-click any images that contain text from a foreign language and choose the “Image translate” option to translate it, the report said.
Meanwhile, last week, it was reported that the tech giant rolling out a new feature to enable car dealerships to add their vehicle inventory directly to search listings through Google My Business. The new update is being rolled out in the US currently.
Although the feature is still in beta mode, it appears to be available to “any” US-based vehicle dealer, including those that sell motorcycles, recreational vehicles (RVs) or anything else with a vehicle identification number (VIN), reports 9To5Google.
Moreover, this feature will allow customers to browse a dealer’s inventory without leaving Google Search.
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