Swiping down on the app icon in Google Play will open a pop-up menu that allows users to choose their favorite Japanese word and phrase.
While Google has a list of thousands of words and phrases in English, its translation services are usually limited to English.
To find out if a word or phrase is available on Google Play, users will have to look at the search results for the word or phrases and select the appropriate option.
Google Search will then automatically suggest a Japanese translation of the word/phrase if it’s listed as an entry.
There are currently some Japanese-language apps available for Android, but Google is working to translate many more.
For example, Google has been able to add some translations to its popular Google Now assistant.
Some of these services will only work if users sign in with their Google credentials and a Japanese account.
The company has a long history of working with Japanese developers and it has recently introduced a new feature to make it easier to translate Android apps for Google Play.
According to Google, the translation feature is intended to allow developers to provide more Japanese-speaking developers with access to Google Play as well.