Earlier this year at the I/O conference, Google had kicked off a new initiative by rolling out Material Theme design to Google Drive and Chrome 69 among other Google products and services.
Today, the company has launched a revamped user interface of Google Translate in line with the new design.
Translate, Google’s multilingual machine translation service has evolved faster to become an essential tool for communicating since it was launched 12 years back.
Google Translate now serves “30 trillion sentences translate per year across 103 languages,” says Google.
Google also has given the service a responsive design that dynamically adjusts to a device’s display across mobile, tablet, or desktop PC.
Here is an image of the new Google Translate on the web:
In addition to design consistency with other Google products, the new look Translate also received an update to label and typography for an easier navigation.
Additionally, uploading of documents feature for translation is easier to locate as it now sits next to the button for translating the text.
Google has made Translate even more convenient for users to save and organize important translations they use or search regularly.
Using the three new buttons added to the bottom users can access Saved, History, and Community.
With the History button, users can see all their earlier translations made by the Google Translate on web service’s history feature.
The image above shows the new history feature.
The “Saved” button let users can open their previously stored translations. The feature also offers an ability to sort and export them to Google Sheets.
An image below shows the new Saved feature in Translate:
Google also now offers “labels” or “language pair tag” for each saved translation that makes sorting and grouping translations easier by just using a single click.
Finally, the new Community page enlists volunteers to sign up and help Google improvise the Translate for the languages they speak.
The redesigned Google Translate on the web is now widely available to all users.