Google has today rolled out a major new update to its Google+ service which has now added native translations to Google+ removing the need for user to install the Chrome Translate plugin for Google+.
The new Google+ native translations features is currently rolling out worldwide across all accounts so if you don’t have access to it just yet, be patient its on its way.
The new Google+ native translations features offers users the ability to translation of all posts and comments that are not in a user’s native language with the simply press of a button. Google’s Ed Chi explains a little more:
“The Google Translate team is always working to make information more accessible to individuals around the world. In Google+ this means bringing people together regardless of their written language, and breaking down language barriers that can limit the exchange of ideas.
Whenever there’s a public post or comment that isn’t in your language, you’ll now see a “Translate” link underneath the text. Clicking the link translates the text in-line, and clicking again returns to the original.”