According to a report, YouTube can quickly make it easier for users to browse videos by automatically translating video titles, descriptions and subtitles in their native language. New features on the popular video sharing platform are supported by Google’s own Translate app. According to reports, some users have discovered the feature, which appears to be enabled through server-side changes. It can be expected that it will be used by more users soon. However, so far, only Portuguese and Turkish translations have been found.

Android Police is the first report to report on the new translation features YouTube has enabled for certain users. According to the report, some users can see video titles, descriptions and subtitles from English to Portuguese and from English to Turkish. As mentioned earlier, the new feature automatically translates text with the help of Google Translate, which can help users browse videos more easily. The report said that YouTube Web and mobile application users can use this feature.

Recently, YouTube started to allow content creators on its platform to change their name and profile picture through YouTube Studio without having to change the same details on their Google account. This is obviously a highly requested feature of content creators, and has been promoted through server-side updates starting on April 22. However, creators with verified badges must reapply for the feature after changing the details on YouTube.

In more news about YouTube, the video sharing platform is launching a beta version of YouTube Shorts in the United States after testing the app in India. YouTube’s fast quick editing feature is touted as a competitor TikTok. It was very popular in India during the testing phase, receiving more than 6.5 billion views every day. Todd Sherman, YouTube shorts product manager, said: “YouTube is still working hard to make money from the audience on shorts.”

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