With the arrival of Android 6.0 Marshmallow earlier this week, Google has announced a new feature that the latest Android OS has to offer. The company has introduced in-app language translations in Marshmallow.
You can now make language translations within apps that support Android’s text selection behavior. In order to use this feature, you’ll require Google’s Translate app on-board on your Marshmallow device.
Displayed texts as well as items from the text editor both can be translated just as in demo below.
And for developers who haven’t added Android’s native text selection support into their apps, Google has posted a how-to guide on integrating translation options: access it here.