Google Translator is now available for Spanish speakers.
The company announced today that it has released a new version of Google Translates the Spanish-language version of its Translator app, which can be used to translate texts and audio files.
The Spanish-only version of the app now has a new, simplified interface that looks much cleaner than the English-only Google Translated version.
The new Spanish-translated version is available for download on the Google Play Store and the App Store, both for $1.99.
Users can search for text in the app and translate it, and the new app also has a translation button that lets you translate your own text.
In addition, Google is also releasing a new feature that lets users search for a phrase in the Google Translations app.
The app can also search for phrases in other Google apps, such as Google Transcriptions, Google Translatations, Google Voice Translations, and Google Transcribers.
Google Translation is available in more than 100 languages around the world, including French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Chinese, Portuguese-Brazil, Turkish, Russian, Ukrainian, and more.