Google says it is ‘very excited’ about its new language and accessibility tools

The Google+ team has released a blog post on the company’s language and disabilities support team announcing that it is “very excited” about the new language-aware tools it is introducing.

Google+ is one of the most important social networks in the world.

Since it launched in 2009, it has seen over 70 million monthly active users, and more than 2.4 billion monthly unique visitors.

As part of the language-related changes in Google+, Google+ users can now select an option to set their profile to be automatically translated, which will then be automatically used for the translations.

The post also confirms that users will be able to see their friends’ translation requests in the new “translation list” on the left side of the site.

“Google+ will now show the number of people who have requested a translation from your friend in your list,” the post reads.

“If you’ve seen someone request a translation, you can also see what they said and the translated word they used.

It’ll also give you an idea of how long the request has been sitting there waiting for a response.

The translation will also be displayed in your profile and the list of available translations.”

The new tools are available to all users.

The new translation feature is available in English and French.

“Google+ uses the ‘translate’ option to translate the content of a user’s profile and search history,” the blog post says.

“By default, the translation is set to ‘off’, but you can override this setting by entering a translation in the language drop-down menu.”

The feature can be turned off in the settings menu of Google+ at the bottom of the page.

Google also confirmed that it will be launching a new tool in the coming months that will enable it to identify people with disabilities.

“We’re excited to announce that in the near future we will be announcing the first of many tools that will allow us to recognize and help people with visual disabilities in their daily lives,” the company said in the post.

“While this new tool will be a great first step, we are also excited to be adding a third tool to help us more quickly identify those with visual impairment who have special needs in their lives.

The first of these tools is the Google+ language and translation API.”

The company also said it would be introducing a new language service in 2018 to help people improve their translation skills.

The company said that it had been working with the British Broadcasting Corporation to develop the new service and it was expected to be ready by the end of the year.