Google’s Google Translate is getting a disability language fix

The company is working on a language support service for its Translate app for iOS and Android, according to the app’s developers.

The service will work with the Translate team, and users will be able to specify a preferred language for the app to translate into.

This feature is similar to the one Google has provided to the Google Voice app in the past.

Users can request translations of their own personal or company documents, for example.

Google also announced today that it will support translation services for the Translator app on iOS and the Google Translator for Android app on Android.

The company has long made efforts to help users in their native languages, but it also made it easier for people who are deaf or hard of hearing to use Google Translated text.

Google Translate’s language support will be available to users in the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, South Korea, France, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands, Finland, Portugal, Austria, Switzerland, Portugal and Italy.

Google will continue to roll out translations for other languages in the coming weeks, and Translate will also support other languages such as Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, Filipino, Polish, Tagalog, and Tagalog-English.