Finally Google unblocked its translate app in China

Google on Wednesday launched its Translate app by updating it for aiming at Chinese users and it shows its efforts in order to comeback again into the Chinese markets.

Google had removed its services from China in year 2010 when it had refused to provide  Chinese government censorship, and the company's products, including Gmail, Google Scholar, Google Play and YouTube, are blocked by China's system of Internet controls known as the Great Firewall of China.

China has saying everytime that if any foreign internet company wants to works into China then it must obey all the Chinese law's as well. In other words, if they submit to censorship and are prepared to surrender users' data to the authorities.
The updated app also offers "instant visual translation" between English and Korean, Google wrote.
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