Google Translate Mobile App Adds "Phrasebook on the Go, Improvement to Camera-input"

Google Translate app for Android now helps you take your Phrasebook to the mobile devices as well as translate by camera in 16 additional languages. Debian added to Google Compute Engine.

Google Translate lets you save these translations in your Phrasebook, but until today you couldn't easily access them on the go from your phone or tablet--now, has released the latest Google Translate app for Android that brings the following improvements:

The updated app lets you automatically sync the phrases in your Phrasebook to your Android device using the Google Translate mobile app, so you can carry your most useful phrases with you wherever you go.

The app also brings significant improvement to the camera-input feature and lets you use camera-input to find translations in 16 additional languages.

(Notice that Phrasebook replaces the Favorites feature; your saved phrases are now part of your Phrasebook.)

To get started, select Phrasebook in the app menu of the Google Translate app for Android. To sync your phrases, simply sign in to your Google Account by tapping the 'Sign in' button at the top of your Phrasebook.

Google Translate app for Android lets you take Phrasebook on the goGoogle Translate app for Android  now lets you translate by camera in 16 more languages

Debian 7.0 "wheezy" is now available to the Google Compute Engine, and bring along with big improvements including: "hardened security, improved 32/64-bit compatibility" and addresses a lot of community feedback.

"For fast performance and to reduce bandwidth costs, Google is hosting a Debian package mirror for use by Google Compute Engine Debian instances. And that, going forward, Debian will be the default image type for Compute Engine," Google stated.

Google has also updated docs and will now support Debian via usual support options or you can also check out what Debian offers.

Google notes that they're continually evaluating other operating systems that can enable with Compute Engine.

Google shared some tips on finding the best airfares using Flight Search--you can set your parameters and go explore the U.S.!

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Whether you're planning a trip on your desktop, tablet or phone, you can use Flight Search to search for countries, states, islands and even continents from any origin in the U.S., Canada, France, U.K., Italy, Spain or Netherlands.

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