Translate Google Pixel 6 ProSource: Nick Sutrich / Android Central

More Android owners can finally try the Pixel 6-exclusive Google Translate redesign after users noticed Friday (via XDA-Developers) that the app had been updated on non-Pixel smartphones.

The redesign is based on Google’s Material You design language that is common in Android 12 and Google’s own apps. It uses the entire screen of your phone and has large rounded buttons for each function. They are also placed towards the bottom of the screen for better accessibility.

Some functions, such as Calls and the camera, look much the same, but the Transcribe function is now just a big button with a microphone. The hamburger menu is also gone, with the user profile thumbnail in the top right corner, similar to Google’s other apps.

The redesign was only available on the Pixel 6 series before arriving on older Pixel smartphones in November. Now any of the best Android phones can try out the new Translate experience.

So far, it’s appeared on our Galaxy Note 20 Ultra running Android 12 and our LG Wing running Android 11, among other devices, meaning it’s not exclusive to Google’s latest software release.

The redesign should appear on version 6.28 of the app. It may take a while to show up on your phone – we noticed it much later on the Wing – but if you’re impatient, you can always download the latest Google Translate APK from APKMirror.

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