It’s been more than a year since Google introduced a word scraper app, and the app’s not yet ready to go live.

The company has announced a new Google Translate app that lets users search for words using their smartphones’ built-in microphone.

Google says the new Translate service, which is expected to roll out in the next couple of months, will let users search a list of about 3 million English words with a single tap.

The company says the Google Translator app has about a million English-language words in its database, and that the new app is expected have around 400 million words in the database by the end of 2019.

Google has also launched a site, which allows users to search for English words that match specific search terms.

Google Translate users can also search for terms related to “fertility,” “pregnancy,” “sperm,” “birth,” and more.

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