Google Translate Now Memorizes Custom Phrasebooks for Referencing

From today Google Translate now has a new feature which was announced and added to its engine that is capable to provide users a personalized translated phrasebooks which includes phrases and sentences. Users will then be able to have the phrasebooks memorized which can be ideal in the case where there is a requirement for repeat translations.

As it was announced today by the Google Translate team the process of translation to memory works by “allowing you to save the most useful phrases to you, for easy reference later on, exactly when you need them... into lasting knowledge

The new feature phrasebook is enabled by default, so users can simply click the book icon in the top right corner on Google Translate. In order for users to save a phrase in memory, the requirement and activation is done by simply pressing a new star icon underneath the translations.

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