How can we make Irish TV available in Google Translate app?

An Irish-language app that can translate Irish TV shows into Google Translates is coming to Google’s Google Play store, bringing its online video library to the platform.

The app, called Calm App, was developed by Dublin-based app developer apptrends, which had previously launched a French-language version of the app earlier this year.

Calm is now available for free on Google Play.

The company behind Calm, which has offices in Dublin and London, says it has created a new app to allow users to access Irish TV content in Google’s Translate tool, which was first introduced to the app’s developer in 2014.

It is not the first app to be developed for Google Translator, a feature that allows users to quickly translate between Irish and English versions of TV programmes, films, and other content, including the BBC iPlayer.

Calm’s developer has also developed an Irish-style version of Google’s own translation tool, dubbed Translator 3.0.

The Calm app will be free to download on Google’s app store and will be available for $4.99 when it is released in the US.