The Google Translate app on the Apple iPhone is one of the more prominent ways for people to translate articles online, and the company says it’s on the way to adding more.
According to a new report from The Verge, Google has added a feature that allows you to translate the content of articles in the Google Translator app, including text, video, and images.
The app already has the ability to translate videos, but that was a pretty limited option for now.
Now, Google says it’ll be able to translate anything that’s available in Google Translators “translated” versions of the articles, including the full text of a blog post, the full article title, and any images.
And the app will be able add content that is “not available” in the original version of the article.
In other words, you can use Google Translations to translate from English to Khmer or vice versa.
This is a pretty big deal, as it opens up a lot of opportunities for the companies that have long struggled to translate content from their own language into Google Translated.
Google already has access to translations of content from several languages, including English, Spanish, Italian, Russian, and Portuguese.
Now it’s adding a new language to that list, and that language could prove to be a major player in Google’s business.
Translating content from other languages is a huge part of the company’s business, and this is only the first step.
Google’s Translator has been around for a while, but it hasn’t had any new features since its launch last year.
It has a lot to offer, but the app is still in its early days.
Google has been trying to bring Google Translation to more platforms, including Android, iOS, and Windows.
Now that the app has finally gotten Google’s attention, the company is looking to make sure it can expand into more new languages.
The new feature is a big step for Google.
It’s also a step toward Google Transliterating the entire web, so we’re sure that Google will continue to make great progress on this.
Translated articles aren’t the only thing that Google has in store for us.
In fact, it could be quite a while before we see Google Transit finally bring Translate to its own platform.
Google is also planning to introduce a new “translator” service called Translator Assistant in the next few months, according to TechCrunch.
This service will be a part of Google’s Chrome app and is intended to help users translate articles into English and other languages, and then translate that content into other apps like Google Transfiler.
Translator assistant is also supposed to work across the web, and it will integrate into Google Search and Google Maps, according a statement from Google.
Translations could also come in the form of apps that can use Translator to automatically translate content, like a service like Google Reader that automatically reads articles and gives links to translate them into other languages.
Google Translocator already has support for this feature, and you can also buy Google Transporter, a Chrome extension that automatically translates content from your Google account into your chosen language.