Have You Ever Heard Google Beatboxing?

When you have questions, who do you ask for? Google. When you need directions, who do you call for help? Google Maps. When you want to hear a nice beatbox, who do you listen to? Google Translate. Huh? Well, you read that right! Google is not just an awesome dictionary, map, and translator, but also a great Beatboxer!

1. Go to Google Translate and copy paste the texts below in the translate field.

pv zk bschk pv zk pv bschk zk pv zk bschk pv zk pv bschk zk bschk pv bschk bschk pv kkkkkkkkkk bschk bschk bschk pv zk bschk pv zk pv bschk zk pv zk bschk pv zk pv bschk zk bschk pv bschk bschk pv kkkkkkkkkk bschk bschk bschk pv zk bschk pv zk pv bschk zk pv zk bschk pv zk pv bschk zk bschk pv bschk bschk pv kkkkkkkkkk bschk bschk bschk pv zk bschk pv zk pv bschk zk pv zk bschk pv zk pv bschk zk bschk pv bschk bschk pv kkkkkkkkkk bschk bschk bschk pv zk bschk pv zk pv bschk zk pv zk bschk pv zk pv bschk zk bschk pv bschk bschk pv kkkkkkkkkk bschk bschk bschk

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2. Set the “to” language to German and press listen. You’ll notice that the listen button has now been changed to Beatbox when you hover over it.

 

3. Enjoy Google Translate beatboxing for you!

 

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