Google is launching a new initiative that will make it possible for native speakers of Portuguese to translate the most commonly spoken language in the world, it is reported.
The new service, dubbed Translate, is expected to be launched in a few months.
The new service is expected in a couple of months time, according to Google Translator.
The project was announced earlier this month and Google Translations, a project of Google which works with Google, is a key part of the initiative.
Translate will allow people to easily translate from a Portuguese-language dictionary or dictionary of their choice to a Google Translated version of the same text.
Google Translate has become the preferred method of translating a language into English over time.
The service currently translates from Spanish to English, and French to English.
It currently translates Russian, Chinese, and Arabic as well as Hindi and Russian.
The Translate service has been rolled out in other languages, but only in Brazil, Argentina, and India.
Translator currently has 4,200 users.
Google Translators has been in operation since 2013.
Translated texts can be downloaded from the Google Translatators website, and users can then use the search function on their device to find the translation.
The translations can be seen by other users.
In the future, Google Translocators could be used to translate articles and other content to the Google English language, Google has said.
Google said Translate was designed for the “most popular languages on the internet.”
The service will allow users to instantly translate a text to a translation on Google’s Translate app, which is also available on Android and iOS devices.
Translaters will be able to search for the word or phrase in the text to be translated and use the Google search function to quickly find the text and the translated version.
Google says Translate users can save the translation, add it to their Google Drive account, and send it to a friend.
Translations can also be uploaded to the Translator app on Android or iOS.
Translators can also post translations to YouTube and other video sharing sites.
Google has also created an official Google Translation channel where users can upload their translations.
The channel is available on YouTube.