If you have been following the news here at EBox, you have surely realized that Google has been extremely busy updating the design of its applications and services. Now it's time for Google Translate to start getting a facelift with Material Design 2.0.
The web version of Google Translate has been available for over 10 years, and its look has changed little over time. For this reason, it began to present itself quite outdated. Especially after the rest of the ecosystem receives changes based on Material Design 2.0.
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It is not yet visible to all users, but according to sources in the Android Police, it has been confirmed that visual changes are already being made available. As expected, we will look much more like other services such as Google News and Gmail.
Following the lines of Material Design 2.0, the Translator's web page will now look modern and extremely simple. The new color palette is as simple as possible, with white as the predominant color and then a very vivid highlight color (blue).
Google Translate starts getting new look with Material Design 2.0
However, the change of look is not the only news for the web version of Translator. Along with the new presentation, you will also receive some news regarding its features.
Firstly, one of the features already present in the Android application will also move to the 'web' version. Once your look change is applied, Google Translate will also save your translation history.
Secondly, you will also have easy access to document translation. This is not a new feature, but with the previous design it was much harder to access this option. Like all updates made by the Mountain View company, Translator's will also be phased.
Therefore, it may take a few weeks for all users to start seeing the changes in effect.
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