When we travel or go around in other places, we have to face some local language issues which we don’t know or don’t even understand. Thus, we face some issues with interact with people which we don’t want any more even in India or any other international countries as well. Now Google, the giant internet service provider and search engine company adding a smart feature called ‘Google it’.
The Google Translate application will translate the so many languages which you have the issue. The latest update of this app just makes it much easier to use the app in any location of the country. Where you may find yourself unable to interact with people in their local language. For Indian users, there are already almost 7 local Indian languages supported such as Bengali, Urdu, Gujarati, Kannada, Tamil, Telegu, Marathi. The new app update brings allow instant camera translation support feature even in offline mode.
The latest version of Google Translate 5.18.0.RC03.191659171 is available in Google Play Store. Google mentioned in What’s New section that
“Offline translation, including instant camera translation from English, for more languages (Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telegu, Urdu). Minor bug fixes, improved stability.”
The best part is that all local language translates even in offline mode. Though the user has to download the specific language pack from the ‘Google Translate’ app which one is necessary. If you take this as a global translator app then it can translate between 103 languages by typing. You can also copy and paste the specific word or sentence for translation. Even if you tap and hold some text and copy it into the app, a popup translation will appear. That’s a great thing for compact users.
Total 59 languages will be translated into offline mode (you have to download the specific language to translate) and instant camera translation option can translate up to 38 languages. The Camera Mode feature will also translate up to 37 higher quality languages by taking pictures of the texts. There are also Conversation mode, Handwriting mode, and Phrasebook mode available for translations.
Hope this app will help you for communicating with others. What do you think about it and do you use the app? Till then stay tuned to the Gadget Headline for latest updates. For the latest tech news and reviews, follow Gadget Headline on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to our newsletter for daily updates.