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 WordScrapers.com 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.