Google just integrated a new feature to its translation tool named Phrasebook, it saves phrases in different languages to find them easily, to use later.
The Mountain View company continues to optimize its translation tool by adding languages, perfecting translations but also adding new functionality. With Phrasebook – or Glossary in French – the service users now have the ability to save useful translations, to find them without having to rewrite the sentence. The recorded phrases are stored in a tab “My Lexicon” viewable at the top right of the site.
For Google, this new feature will allow users to facilitate their learning key phrases, and to build a customized list easy to see based on their needs. Note that the Android app Google Translate can already view a history of translations, and even to save favorites.
Edited on 15/03/2013 at 11:50