If you remember, back during the IFA show in 2010, we heard Google’s announcement about Google Translate. It’s been about a year for the application, and while it’s still very much in it’s “Beta” stage, they’ve released a new update with a number of UI tweaks along with an alpha version of “Conversation Mode”. This feature will enable two speakers of different languages to talk to each other, while Google gives real-time translations of both languages. Pretty neat, huh? Well, don’t get too excited because this alpha version only supports English and Spanish currently, so we may have a bit of time before we see any real enhancements to more languages. But hey, that’s why they labeled it as “alpha” isn’t it?