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Never be misunderstood in Thailand again! Google’s new 'Interpreter Mode' helps you translate Thai

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Google translate has been dong this for at least 2 years now, I used pixel buds with my Japanese friend and had no trouble him speaking Japanese and me Finnish. Thai has completely sucked though, did they finally activate Google's AI based translation for it?

 

EDIT: Meh. Still the same translate. The difference seems to be Assistant knows how to open it in Thai<->English mode.

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51 minutes ago, unamazedloso said:

it works pretty well.....

is it from google translate or do we have to download something else

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20 minutes ago, Mavideol said:

is it from google translate or do we have to download something else

if you have an android phone then google asstant is already intalled just make sure its enable in the settings if not you can download it from the play store or from the app store for iphome or ipad

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7 hours ago, uesnyc said:

I played with it today. Try saying "mai pben rai"..

Google thinks you're finished and stops translating.

Try saying mai pen rai instead and don't make too long a pause before continuing to speak.

 

At any rate, the Thai interpreter is intended for you to speak in your mother tongue when conversing with a Thai and for the other person to speak in Thai.

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I just installed the Assistant now on my Samsung, and yes this is a different world than the old Google translate. 

You can actually put normal sentences together and it sounds logical. But I would like to have a male voice instead of female voice next time I call someone..... 

 

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