When it comes to interpreting video from Google’s Translate app, a couple of things need to be taken into account.
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GAD 7, a translation service, has released a new translation app for Google Translate.
The app can be downloaded for free, and it includes a video translation for Google’s Chromecast app.
This app can translate between English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Korean.
But GAD7 does have a few limitations that may prevent you from being able to use it in many situations.
First, the app can only be used on the Chromecast when it is plugged into a TV or Chromecast dock, as opposed to an HDMI port.
Second, if you already have the Chromecast app installed, it will only be available for the Chrometast app.
Google said that this was a bug that was fixed with the new app, and there is no reason to believe it has been fixed for the other apps, such as Google Assistant.
In addition, if your device has an HDMI connection, the Translate extension is not available on the ChromeCast app.
Translate is available in the Google Play Store, and you can get it from the Google app store or the Google Chrome Store.
The Google Translator app also includes support for the Google Cast speaker, but that isn’t supported by the app, as there is not a microphone built into the Chromes Cast.
This is because Google wants to make sure the app is able to handle the Chromechaster, not the Chromebase.
However, you can still use the Chromenote app to view the video.
This article originally appeared on Business Insider.
GAD 7, a translation service, has released a new translation app for Google Translate.The app can be downloaded for free,…
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