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Google Translate apps offline translation adds 7 Indian languages

Google Translate App

The last Wednesday, the search giant Google announced that its Translate app for Android brings lots of good features. The Google Translate now supports offline translation in more 7 Indian languages. The users are in Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu can use and experience offline translation and instant visual translation in their preferred language.


Conversation Mode

Google Translate has also added support for conversation mode in regional languages including Bengali and Tamil. The conversation feature allows users to talk with someone in two different languages (means in regional languages such as Tamil and Bengali). You can simply use this feature,

To activate the feature, users should tap the mic to start speaking in a selected language, then tap the mic again, and the “Translate” app will automatically recognize which of the two languages are being spoken, enabling a smooth conversation, the company said in a statement.

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Offline Translation

The offline translation is really helpful for users. Because without the active internet connection users can use this app. Lots of people are using Google translate app for a different kind of use. For Study, make contents, Bussiness, Writers, Teachers etc. To use offline mode, the users will need to download their preferred language pack from the Translate app when the phone has the active internet connection.

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Word Lens feature

Word Lens feature is the another good and latest feature of Google Translate app. This feature allows users to online and offline translations of English text from a camera. The feature does not require a language pack. It is powered by machine learning and it displays the translation as a screen overlay.


Recently, Google makes changes in lots of their products that really helpful for the users. I just saw some examples, Google recently makes changes in voice search. Google adds eight more Indian languages to Google App. And also Google speech recognition now supports 119 languages in Gboard on Android. If you want to know more about voice search update please click here.
The features are already available in the Hindi language on the Google Translate app and currently, it adds more Indian languages.


Updated: October 6, 2017 — 5:18 am

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