There are quite a lot of changes with #Android 6.0 #Marshmallow as we all know and there’s one more that we can add to the list. As it turns out, #Google has gotten rid of the strenuous process to translate text from one app to the Google Translate app.
To achieve this, Marshmallow users can simply select the text they want to translate and then tap the pop up box and translate content directly within the app. They will be able to do all this without even having to exit the app.
This feature is only available on Android 6.0 Marshmallow though, so Lollipop users are out of the loop. Given that not a lot of devices have been updated to Android 6.0 so far, only a limited number of users will be able to make use of this feature. But even then, this appears to be a very handy feature especially considering how seamlessly it works. You can catch more details from the source link below.
Source: Google Search Blog