Google is bringing the language learning experience to smartphones.
The search giant is introducing an app called Google Translate, which will be available for download in all major languages, including the language spoken by the majority of Filipinos.
Google Translate will also be available in the Philippines, where the app will be launched this week, with users in the country able to select the language of their choice.
Google has also launched a mobile version of the app, which is being tested on smartphones and tablets.
The app will not be available on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
The app is part of Google’s effort to provide a better experience for users of its various apps.
The move comes amid efforts by Google to bring its services to more countries across the world.
Google’s Chrome browser will soon be available to users in Brazil, Mexico, India, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
Google is also adding an option to the app to provide users with a translation.
Google will launch the app in two languages: English and Filipino.
Users will be able to access the app from their Google accounts.
It will then ask for their Google ID to start a new session and will ask the user to enter the required information to get started.
If the user fails to provide the correct information, the app prompts them to give up and will send a notification.
Users can also set up their Google account on Android or iOS devices and can set up the app on the Chrome browser.
The service is being offered free of charge.