It does not have to be like that.Google Home speakers and all the smart screens that use Google Assistant can work as a faster, more efficient translator with the Interpreter feature. The Google Home Hub provided the best user experience, even when real-time translations are displayed on the screen. You can see what you have said on the screen and how they are interpreted.
No matter what device you use, Google Assistant interpreter translations are much better than Google Translate and seem to get you started faster. To use the interpreter mode.
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To start interpreter mode, say "OK, google, switch on interpreter mode". The wizard will ask you which language you want to use.
As soon as you know it, you hear a crackling noise. This means that the assistant listens and is ready to translate. Speak as usual and pause every few sentences so that the assistant can catch up and translate.
Limitation to interpreter mode
Unfortunately, you can not use interpreter mode when you are using the same device. So, if you use Google Home Hub to translate, you'll need to use your phone to make the call, and vice versa.
Languages that can be translated
So far, Google Home Hub can translate 26 different languages. Here is the complete list of supported languages:
- Hungarian  Hungarian
- ] Indonesian
- Slovak [19659018Swedish