When I knew that Google do not have plans to add its popular Google Tool Bar to Chrome, I had a doubt that they are going to add most of it’s features in to Google Chrome byÂ default, or “Built in”.
Recently, I got another sign of it, when I found ” Translation Bar” in the latest dev build that I am using ( yep, Â I am using the developer version, to bring you the latest to you 😀 ). Â When you open a website, in a language other than yourÂ defaultÂ language, the translation bar will popup on the top, suggesting you to view the translated version of the page.
See the screenshot. Click on the image to zoom in.
You may get this even if a part of the website is in a different language. You can close the translation bar clicking on “X” icon on it. However, I am yet to find an option to disable the translation bar for the entire browser. But yes, this is still bring developed, and we will soon see those options.
Stay Tuned for more !