After make available of its voice search feature of multiple regional languages in last month, the Mountain View company Google has added support for regional languages to offline translation and conversion mode in the Google Translate app.
Google has recently updated its voice search available for many Indian regional languages, now the search engine giant company has also added support for offline translation and conversion mode for more Indian regional Languages in its Translate app. The offline translation includes regional languages like Bengali, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. From now users can translate English into many Indian regional languages even in offline. To make use of this feature, users will have to download some language pack on their devices.
In terms of conversion mode, Google has updated its support for Tamil and Bengali Language. Let me explain about the conversion mode, the conversion mode is the one which lets users convert any language via voice into other languages which help in communication between any regional languages. To get this user need to tap on the Microphone to start speaking in the selected language and then tap again to let app recognize the language. Instant translation also supports from English to Bengali, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. This translation feature can be activated by a pointing out Smartphone camera to any language signs or texts and the app will translate those texts according to your preferred languages.
I hope these updates in the Translate app will surely help all the wanderlusts in India to roam freely with the help of the app. The translation is made so simple as far as the technology available now. If you ever tried this app? Please comment your experience with us.