Google Translate Community Uses Material Design

Google Translate Community has a new interface powered by Material Design. It’s a site that helps Google improve the quality of Google Translate. “Your help will enhance translations for millions of users,” informs Google.

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The new interface is more colorful and uses more images. There’s a hamburger-style menu, a section that shows your stats and the badges you’ve earned. You can select 2 to 5 languages, including a few languages that aren’t yet available in Google Translate like: Cantonese, Cherokee, Corsican, Tibetan, Guarani, Hawaiian and more. Then you only need to translate some phrases or rate translations.

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Google also offers a simplified version of the Translate Community site, which uses the old interface.

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