YouTube is introducing the option to translate comments into more than a hundred languages. This feature is presently rolling out to mobile users, and it allows users to see comments in different languages by using the YouTube mobile app’s immediate translation feature. A translate option has been added to the YouTube app, directly below each remark, to allow translation of content within that comment. Users can quickly switch between the translated content and the original regional language remark.
The business announced the launch of the new Translate button for YouTube mobile users via Twitter. It’s available on both Android and iOS, and the Translate option can be found immediately below the comments. If your native language is set to English, for example, comments placed below a video in a different language will have the option to ‘Translate to English’ directly below the content. This button is located above the like, dislike, and reply buttons in each comment box.
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The YouTube translate button instantaneously translates the comment, allowing you to communicate with people all over the world. The YouTube app, as previously said, enables translation in over 100 languages, including Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Bahasa, and others. You must click the button each time you wish to translate a remark; it does not translate all comments on a movie automatically.
YouTube was recently caught undertaking automatic translation of video titles and descriptions of its massive library of videos into other languages in an effort to broaden its global reach. For a few users, YouTube was automatically translating video names and descriptions of videos on its site into their native languages when browsing, which aided in content discovery. Users of both the YouTube Web and mobile apps are said to be able to use the new YouTube translation feature.
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