Google Translate adds offline translation with Seven Indian Languages

Google Translate is one of the best tool for many smartphone users when it comes to deal with an unknown language. The tool lets you translate a word or sentence with the language you need. You will be able to select the language to translate the sentence to. Today, Google Translate adds offline translation with Seven Indian languages. The Translate tool now supports more Indian languages with offline mode without the need of Internet connectivity. 

The Google Translate tool in India just got an upgrade which now lets you use the tool to convert the sentence in seven different Indian languages. The seven new languages include Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. The tool is indeed the best option for the people who travel within the country where these seven languages are mostly speak by the people within the country.

Interesting part of this upgrade is, the users will be able to explore the entire tool and its features offline. Yes, to make use of this tool, you don’t need to be connected with Internet as the giant has released this tool with its offline mode.

The upgraded Google Translate tool weighs 30 MB in size, so you have to first download this tool from the official Google Play Store for a respective Android smartphone. Travellers within the country will now be able to make use of this tool without the connectivity and can translate things with seven different regional languages instantly.

The new Google Translate comes with version number 5.18.0.RC03. The update comes with offline support with seven Indian language support. Apart from this, the update also brings camera translation for the Android users. Well, this new feature is limited to translation from English to seven languages which are mentioned above. We expect to see the vice versa feature on the Google Translate app in the coming days.

If we talk more about the Camera integration within the app, the new feature lets you translate things from the camera. The app has a Camera button, you just need to launch the camera and point it to the text, the app will translate that texts to a desired language. You can translate banner, adboard or anything with this camera integration feature.

Google has been constantly improving their various services and the giant has been keeping an eye on Indian consumers for a long time. To make people understand English language, Google has released this update. You can learn more of English language by translating more texts and sentences using this app.

The upgrade is already rolled out and if you want to give it a try, go ahead and install the updated Google Translate app to your Android smartphone from the official Play Store.

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