Google For India event, the company has announced that the Google Lens and Bolo application will get more regional languages. Which means now the users of both the applications can understand things in a more desi way.
The tech giant now made the Lens translate text in multiple Indian regional languages such as Tamil, Telugu, and Marathi, on the other hand, the Bolo application will receive Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Bangala, and Urdu languages support. Moreover, the Bolo application will also get some more contents, as like the company has joined its hand with Chhota Bheem and Katha Kids.
If you are unaware of Google Lens, then it can pick up on imagery from the camera of your device, and use Assistant to bring all the important information. With this, you can do things like automatically connect to Wi-Fi with a quick snap of the SSID, and you can even show ratings for restaurants by just pointing your camera.
While the Bolo app, it is a speech based reading tutor service, that will help rural kids to improve their reading skills and this will be beneficial for those who aren’t able to attain good education support. The Google Bolo also has a digital assistant which is dubbed as Diya and she can read the text out loud for the little ones and she can also explain the meaning of the text which is in English. The application can also be shared among many children and it will provide a personalized experience to each and every user.
Separately, the developers of the company have added new languages in the Discover news feed app, and that includes Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, and Malayalam, and confirmed that Oriya, Urdu and Punjabi support will follow soon.