Google Translate will now store translations in users’ accounts, instead of in the device’s cache. The search giant makes this known in a notification on the site of the translation service. Users may be able to sync translations across multiple devices.
It is not yet known when the change will take effect, but the notification on the Google Translate site states that at that time the service will clear the cache and unsaved translations will disappear. Saving translations in the account was not possible until now.
Users can look up translations in the My Activity log associated with the Google account. The translation service is also getting new languages for the first time in more than four years. There will be five more, Google says. Among them are Tatar and Uyghur. In total, more than 75 million people speak the now added languages.