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July 19, 2011

A New Look for Google Translate

Google Translate is the latest Google service with a new design based on Google+. Since Google Translate's interface is simple, there aren't many changes: a new grey header, updated buttons and drop-downs.

"We're working on a project to bring you a new and improved Google experience, and over the next few months, you'll continue to see more updates to our look and feel. The way people use and experience the web is evolving, and our goal is to give you a more seamless and consistent online experience—one that works no matter which Google product you're using or what device you're using it on," explained Google last month.

After launching a new interface for Google Search, Google created two themes that preview Gmail's new design and started to test Google Calendar's new UI and Blogger's new UI. Up next: Google Docs, Google Sites, Picasa Web Albums, Google Reader and probably other services.

{ Thanks, Kon. }


  1. The main question is : will Picasa integrated in Google+ ?

  2. Latest? What about Google Reader?

  3. Everyone needs to focus on Reader integration.

  4. What would be really smart if Google provided a feature in Google translate that allowed you to find people on Google+ which can speak the languages that you are trying translate and can put in a request that they proof read the what google translated. May be this could be a paid additional service they could provide.

  5. Resistant to change at first but I think the new design is working across the board.


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