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Google Translate 6.24 is likely to be launched as an exclusive feature for the Pixel 6

Google is all set to release the Pixel 6 series soon officially and it seems that there are a couple of new features or improvements are on their way such as Google Translate 6.24 version. Yes! the upcoming Google Translate app version is more likely to be launched as an exclusive feature for the Pixel 6 series this fall.

Former XDA Developers Editor-in-Chief @MishaalRahman tweeted that Google Translate 6.24 is now rolling out and it basically includes an easy way to access one’s translation history from a pull-down and completes the UI makeover by tweaking the phrasebook layout.

Furthermore, it appears that Google Translate’s “Material You” from Android 12 will also be available with the Pixel 6. Except for the phrasebook, it’s apparent the new Google Translate has a redesigned user interface. However, there are no new widgets for it yet.

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With the Pixel 6’s Android 12 OS, it’s also expected to get a new UI for Google Translate with a single tap to translate texts with ease. Users will also be able to access some other pages in the quick access to be translated already.

 Nonetheless, it’s important to remember that this new UI or app version isn’t available to most users yet and will likely launch with the Pixel 6 launch. Watch this space for updates.

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