Google has stopped its translation app for Chinese users
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Google has stopped its translation app for Chinese users

Google has stopped its translation app for Chinese users

Google has stopped its translation app for Chinese users. This app was one of the last services the company still offered in the country.

The translation service’s web page in China now shows an image of a general search bar, which redirects to Google’s translation site in Hong Kong. But it is not accessible from mainland China.

The tech company, which is part of Alphabet, pulled its search engine from China in 2010 because of Chinese government censorship of its content. Nevertheless, Google continued to look for ways to still be active in the country.

Google has stopped its translation app for Chinese users

In 2017, for example, the translation service became available via a special website and an app. Google also considered setting up a special search service for the Chinese market, but ended this project prematurely.

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Google is pulling the plug on the translation service, while tensions between the United States and China are rising. Both countries want to protect sensitive technologies and intellectual property.

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