Google, always trying to break down language barriers as part of its mission to make the world's information accessible, has added on-the-fly, automatic Web page translation to its Chrome browser for Android devices.
Chrome 28 for Android, released Wednesday, has the translation feature built in, said Chrome team member Jason Kersey in a blog post. The feature has been built into Chrome for personal computers for years.
Also new in Chrome 28 for Android, according to Kersey and another Chrome team member, Dan Alcantara:
An optimized user interface for right-to-left (RTL) languages including Arabic, Farsi, and Hebrew.
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