Grammarly Keyboard, new languages in DeepL, Group Transcribe from Microsoft, and Google Translate superpowers
- Grammarly Keyboard has learned to recognize the overall tone of a written message and define the kind of impression your text conveys to the readers. They say it can even detect sarcasm (oh hi Sheldon!). The tone detection works when you write at least 150 characters. Grammarly Keyboard can be found here, there is also an online version. The whole abundance of opportunities is available only in the paid version and only in English.
- DeepL gets the support of 13 new languages. Now it supports Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Estonian, Finnish, Greek, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, and Swedish. The number of languages has doubled: there are 26 of them in total, but English (American), English (British), and Portuguese (Brazilian) are considered separate languages.
- Microsoft has launched an app onto the market called Group Transcribe. It is designed to recognize and translate speech on the fly and fits the needs of meeting participants who speak different languages. Supporting over 80 languages, it works like this and is available only on iOS for now.
- An article in Multilingual about some tricks you can do with Google Translate: offline translation, creation of personal dictionaries, operation in a conversation mode, automatic pronunciation of text from videos. The article is not new, published in August, but not so many people know about these features.