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YouTube is testing automatic translations in the user’s native language – Yahoo News Australia

YouTube is reportedly testing automatic translations in local languages across video titles, descriptions, and closed captions.



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YouTube’s removal of community captions last year was viewed by some as a blow for global users who relied on the tool for translations. In its absence, viewers have been forced to rely on automatic and manually uploaded subtitles that can often be unreliable. Well, it seems the importance of strong YouTube translation features isn’t lost on Google. According to Android Police, the company is experimenting with a new tool that automatically translates English into a user’s native language.

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