Google Translate was banned in China (Photo credit: social media)
- Google shut down the translation service due to low usage
- A simple search bar appears when you open the translation service
- The browser translation feature is not being used
In China, Google has completely discontinued its translation service. This was announced by the world’s largest search engine on Monday. Previously, Google has moved the production of many of its products from China to other countries. In this episode, Google has already stopped the translation service. In fact, China has banned services provided by most countries’ social media companies. These Google services were continuing in China, now it has been banned.
closed for what
According to media reports, Google has shut down its translation service in China due to low usage. Now upon opening the translation service here, a normal search bar appears. Here is a link that takes you to the Hong Kong-based company’s website. This website is banned in China. Many users in China have filed complaints about Google Translate services not working. He said that now the translation feature present in Google’s Chrome browser is not being used.
Google shuts down translation function in mainland China
— ANI Digital (@ani_digital) October 4, 2022
Google had launched in 2017
Google said in a statement that the use of translation facilities in China is declining, so these services have been discontinued. It is not yet clear how many users in China have used Google Translate services. In China, Google brought the translation app in 2017. For this, it also got an advertisement from Chinese rapper MC Jin, so that its use can increase to more and more users.
First published: October 04, 2022, 08:36:10 AM
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