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Now you can focus your telephone on Japanese text and get an immediate translated version.
Google Word Lens is a mobile phone application that lets you point your phone at text and get immediate translations on your computer monitor. That' s clever enough when you are travelling in a strange land, but it becomes much more useful when you are faced with an alphabet or letters that you cannot even decipher.
Google on Thursday said that Word Lens now supported Japanese, which means you can go to Japan, point it at Kanji signs - of which there are hundreds - and see what the hell they mean right on the screen of your mobile phones. Google points out that you can already take a picture of Japanese text and get a translated one with the Google Translate application, but Word Lens shows you the translated text while you move the telephone.
You can also have English texts converted into Japanese.