Google releases Crowdsource app to help with translations


Google is looking to users for helping out with one of the most annoying tasks on the web. Crowdsource is a new app that asks users to translate and transcript images or text.

When starting the app for the first time, you are asked which languages you are fluent in, which will provide more options within the various categories. Once complete, you are presented with 5 different sections that allow you to jump in and translate or transcribe to your hearts content. 

Unlike the Google Opinion Rewards application that gives users free Play Store credit for just filling out a few questions, Crowdsource offers no such reward. However, if you have just a minute or two to kill, then you can easily help Google out and feel good about it in the end.

Crowdsource is available on the Play Store for free starting today, and you can snag it by hitting the link below.

Download on Google Play: Crowdsource


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