China has always imposed strict restrictions on Silicon Valley-based tech firms like Google and Facebook, whose services are either banned completely or have been censored. But Google has once again tried to reach out to the Chinese by re-launching its Translate mobile apps, notes TechCrunch.
Google makes another attempt in China
Google faced backlash from the Chinese government nearly seven years ago when it redirected its local search engine to Hong Kong. However, since China is too big of a market to ignore, the U.S. firm has made another low-key launch, reviving its Translate service for users in China. Things are a bit different this time, as there is no need to bypass local censorship to access the app.
Since Chinese users no longer need to use VPNs to access the service, usage will probably go up as well.
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