Gmail has offered the ability to translate emails on web browsers for a while now. However, the mobile apps on both iOS and Android have missed out on this feature.
But now, in a workspace update, Google has announced that it is adding Gmail translation to mobile devices.
To use this feature, just click “Translate” on the banner that pops up, and then choose the language you want to translate the email into. You can also choose to always translate or never translate specific languages.
The search giant has also indicated that the rollout has already started for both iOS and Android, although it could take up to 15 days for the feature to become visible.
The Android update initiated its rollout on August 8, whereas the iOS update began on August 21.
Therefore, Android users might have the opportunity to experience it before iOS users. Further, the update will be offered to all Workspace customers and all personal accounts.