Did the old, "Translate" button seem archaic to you? Well, fret no more. The first change Google is implementing is the ability to translate instantly. Wave goodbye to the button because Google is translating as you type.
The second is slightly more useful. Along with your translation, Google will also be providing a Romanization of the text written phonetically in English. In addition to this, Google has added a new input transliteration feature for Arabic, Persian and Hindi, which allows users to enter text phonetically. Very handy if you can't type out the script with your keyboard.
Lastly, is the addition of a little speaker button that, you guessed it, let's you hear translations. Unfortunately this is only available for translating to English at the moment, but you can try it, and all the other new features, by clicking here.
Yeah, I spent forever trying to find something that wasn't grammatically incorrect for the screenshot. I eventually gave up.
She's a female, I'm sure she thinks its cute or goes with her purse.
But when it´s the other side arround, from English to Portuguese (Portugal) it´s frequent to see really bad translations.
I was replying to RicardoK, that when it´s english to Portuguese (Standard) it´s frequent to have bad translations, but it´s still a good free service by Google
Dell Mini 10 (Hackintosh). Don't worry there's a real PC in the room, too.